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Energy Now webinar with Good Energy: Gain more value from your energy choices

Energy Now will host a free webinar for its members at 5pm on Thursday 13th June in which Ian McKee, Head of Communications at Good Energy, will discuss price volatility within the energy market and how businesses can look to mitigate these risks.

Carbon credits: what farmers need to know

Jon Dearsley, head of Savills Natural Capital, goes back to basics to answer key questions surrounding the emerging carbon credit market.

NFU Scotland partners with solar developer to help achieve climate goals

NFU Scotland's partnering with Iqony Solar Energy Solutions to help the country achieve its climate goals & offer farmers a valuable income stream.

3 policy changes that make it easier to invest in solar power

Good Energy consider some of the benefits of solar power for businesses & how three policy announcements are making it easier than ever to invest.

Chester Zoo announces ambitious sustainable heating partnership

Chester Zoo has announced a partnership with heat pump manufacturer, Mitsubishi Electric, to decarbonise heating across the site & support its' Net Zero ambitions.

Soil Carbon Measurement: A Practical Guide for Farmers

In this guest blog Tom Sadan at Agricarbon provides practical guidance on measuring and managing soil carbon on your farm, identifying the environmental and financial benefits this can bring.

Public owned wind farm powers up

An eight turbine wind farm in Scotland is powering up this month after more than 5,600 members of the public and businesses raised £13.2m to build it.

Yorkshire farmers invited to explore the use of hydrogen fuel in agriculture

The Royal Agricultural Society of England and Cenex are assessing the future potential for hydrogen to replace fossil fuels on farms, in a project focussed on the Yorkshire farming sector.

How would Labour achieve sustainable growth amidst the climate emergency?

In this guest blog Kayleigh Quinn, Associate Director of Cavendish Consulting, looks at how a Labour government would continue the expansion of the renewable energy sector and tackle climate change, while simultaneously boosting the economy. 

Sustainable biomass production and SFI to be explored at demo event

Farmers can learn more about the SFI schemes and how they promote biodiversity in biomass crops, discover some of the the latest technological innovations and gain valuable insights into the future of biomass production.

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