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Low Carbon Agriculture Show 2024

6th & 7th March 2024, NAEC Stoneleigh, Warwickshire

The business event showcasing low carbon practices, technology, and energy solutions for a profitable & sustainable farming future.

The Low Carbon Agriculture Show is in place to help agricultural and rural communities achieve a sustainable and productive future whilst working to combat climate change.

Founded in 2010 by David Jacobmeyer, following the launch of popular magazine Energy Now in 2007, the Low Carbon Agriculture Show (LCA) is held in partnership with the NFU and CLA, and provides insight and practical guidance on the generation of renewable energy, accompanying energy management, the adoption of low carbon technologies and best practice in environmental land management.

Earlier this year the event was acquired by leading media company Agriconnect, the UK’s largest agricultural information business. The event will be returning on 6-7 March 2024 at NAEC Stoneleigh, Warwickshire and will consist of a large exhibition of suppliers, an industry-leading, multi-streamed conference, presentations on the latest innovation in Agritech and a dedicated zone in which low and zero emission transport solutions will be showcased. Test drives of these vehicles are also available daily.

LCA24 is supported by key organisations from across the farming, renewables and environmental sectors and features:

Energy Now Expo

Now in its’ 16th year and continuing to focus on renewable & low carbon energy solutions + best practice in energy management.

Subjects being covered in the exhibition and associated conference programme include:

  • AD & Biogas
  • Biomass
  • Energy Crops
  • Energy efficiency
  • Energy storage
  • Finance
  • Heat Pumps
  • Hybrid Systems
  • Hydropower
  • Low-emission vehicles & machinery
  • Policy
  • Optimisation and Maintenance
  • Solar 
  • Wind

 

Low Emission Vehicles Expo

Returning for its’ 7th year to explore low/zero carbon transport and machinery options, together with related opportunities. Subjects being covered here include:

  • Low-carbon transport & machinery options
  • Utilising power and/or gas generated onsite
  • Becoming part of the charging network
  • The market for biofuels
  • Hydrogen as a fuel source
  • Policy Developments
  • Costs, tax implications and other financial considerations

Environmental Business Expo

Focussing on environmental land management, sustainable farming and the agricultural transition. Relevant tech and service providers will take part in the exhibition and the associated conference programme will feature insight and practical guidance on areas including Achieving Net Zero

  • Biodiversity
  • Carbon farming & sequestration
  • Climate Friendly food production
  • Forestry
  • Natural Capital
  • Nature Based building materials and procedures
  • Soil Health
  • Reducing onfarms GHGs emissions
  • Policy compliance
  • The journey to Net Zero
  • Waste management

Farm Technology Expo

Highlighting the technology innovations available to help improve performance and create a profitable & sustainable farming future, including:

  • Artificial Intelligence (AI)
  • Automation Technology
  • Data management tools
  • Drones
  • Funding
  • Precision Farming
  • Robotics
  • Sensors
  • Software

The Low Carbon Agriculture show includes four dynamic, content-led Expos, with leading technology and service suppliers accompanied by an energy storage theatre, innovations in farm technology and a cutting-edge conference and workshop programme, in which key industry figures will provide insight and practical guidance on achieving Net Zero and creating a profitable and sustainable future for agricultural and rural communities.