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Low Carbon Agriculture 2021 – online
March 9 - March 10
Formerly the Energy & Rural Business Show, the Low Carbon Agriculture Show is in place to help agricultural and rural communities achieve a productive & sustainable future through the generation of renewable energy, the implementation of low carbon solutions and best practice in environmental land management.
The event is being held in association with the NFU and supported by organisations including LEAF, CFE, LowCVP, ADBA, REA, Woldmarsh Producers and Fram Farmers.
Due to continuing COVID restrictions, the 2021 event will take place exclusively online on 9th & 10th March and consist of:
- Energy Now Expo – Showcasing renewable & low carbon energy solutions, as well as best practice in energy management. An exhibition will be accompanied by a multi-streamed conference, featuring panel debates on subjects including AD & biogas, biomass, energy crops, storage, heat pumps, hydropower, Low-Emission vehicles, solar and wind.
- Low Emission Vehicles Expo – Exploring the low carbon vehicle & machinery options available, together with the related opportunities. Vehicles & machinery will be on display in the exhibition, test drives available and the associated opportunities discussed in the conference.
- Environmental Business Expo – Focusing on carbon & environmental land management, plus climate friendly farming solutions. An exhibition featuring advisors and relevant service/product suppliers will be accompanied by a dedicated conference programme, featuring talks and/or sessions on subjects such as biodiversity, achieving Net Zero, soil health, policy, low carbon farming practices, forestry and waste management.
- Farm Technology Expo – Highlighting the technology innovations available to help improve efficiency and create a profitable & sustainable farming future. An exhibition will be accompanied by a presentation zone, providing regular talks from suppliers on the new tech and its’ benefits
Accompanying the physical show will be a series of monthly webinars. These ‘Digital Insights’, launching in September 2020, feature panels of experts who further debate the most pertinent issues and underline the importance of a low carbon agricultural future that is both productive and sustainable.
For more information, including the sponsorship/exhibition options please visit the Low Carbon Agriculture Show website.