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Energy Now webinar – selecting the best renewable energy systems for your agribusiness

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Energy Now will be hosting a webinar for its members at 6pm on Wednesday 4th May, in which representatives from the award winning renewable energy systems supplier Calibrate Energy will explore how to go about identifying the ‘best’ renewable energy system for your agribusiness.

Calibrate Energy supply intelligent, hands off, commercial heating, chilling and electricity generating solutions to high energy-use industries such as agriculture, horticulture, food & drink, chemical and education. The company has been installing renewable energy products for the past 2 decades and has been the recipient of several awards over the past year, including the best rural innovation at the Rural Business Awards.

The webinar, being delivered by Calibrate’s Technical Sales Manager, Jack Smales, and Business Development Manager Rob Deverson (pictured above), will primarily focus on the 3 main technologies the company supplies – ground source heat pumps (GSHP), combined heat and power (CHP) and solar systems. It will:

  • Introduce the company
  • Review the technologies available
  • Explain how to select the most suitable option, assisted by Calibrate Analytics – a system that can simulate and model any future additional energy assets and demonstrate ROI – BEFORE spending a penny, enabling clients to future-proof their systems and model future investments with 100% clarity on likely outcomes.
  • Provide details of performance, based on technology already in use

The webinar is free to attend for Energy Now members – please email to register.

Not already a member? Please register here to gain access to this and all future webinars. Members also have access to all the articles published on the Energy Now site, including industry news, practical guidance on renewable energy generation and low carbon measures, interviews from key industry figures, a directory of suppliers, and examples of farm-based projects.


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