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Brabners to exhibit at Energy Now Expo 2014

Brabners to exhibit at Energy Now Expo 2014

Tuesday 7th January 2014

Leading North West law firm Brabners will be exhibiting at Energy Now Expo 2014, which showcases renewable energy opportunities available to agricultural and rural communities, on the 12 - 13 February 2014 at Telford International Centre. Brabners will be showcasing the legal issues relating to renewable energy, energy saving technology and land management at Stand 13.


Farmers and landowners from across the UK will be attending the renewable energy event, which will include a large conference and exhibition featuring over 160 renewable energy product and service suppliers. Attendees will be given the opportunity to participate in a multi streamed conference in which industry experts will present and discuss the very latest developments in renewable energy within the farming community.


Speakers confirmed for seminars this year include:
• Dr Jonathan Scurlock, Chief Adviser, Renewable Energy and Climate Change, NFU
• Nigel Penlington, Environment Programme Manager BPEX
• David Collins, Head of the REA Biogas Group
• Ray Noble, co-Chair of the Governments Solar Strategy Group
• Iain Watt, Principal Sustainability Advisor, Forum For the future
• Tim Breitmeyer, Chairman of CLA Environment Committee
• Louisa Corsey, Small & Medium Wind Development Manager, RenewableUK
• Tony Bowen, Chair, Heat Pump Association


David Jacobmeyer, organiser of Energy Now Expo said: “We are thrilled to have Brabners exhibiting at our 2014 event. After the success of Energy Now Expo 2013 we are hoping that our fifth expo will be the best yet. We hope that the expo helps to demystify renewable energy options for farmers by bringing together suppliers and experts from the industry to advise the many options that are available to them.”


"The 2013 expo had over 2,500 visitors, speakers and exhibitors, and we are hoping that all the attractions at our 2014 event will encourage an even larger audience. With legislation and technology changing all the time, we would encourage people to revisit the expo year after year as there is always something new to learn.”


Admission to the exhibition is free for all those who pre-register. Free conference entry is also available for Energy Now magazine subscribers, as well as to members of the NFU, CLA, Anglia Farmers, and Woldmarsh Producers – providing they pre-register. More information can be found at www.energynowexpo.co.uk. Follow @EnergyNowMag for daily updates.


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About Energy Now Expo

Energy Now Expo is a two-day conference and exhibition designed to bring together farmers and landowners from all over the UK to help them explore and further understand the opportunities available in renewable energy, plus the best practices in energy management and efficiency.
The conference will be multi-stream and include keynote presentations, as well as panel debates on wind, solar, hydro, biomass, biogas, energy crops, heat pumps, energy efficiency and finance and planning. The exhibition will provide a showcase of more than 160 suppliers demonstrating the latest technologies and services available to support this exciting and growing sector.


Farming is one of the most energy intensive industries in operation today. As these energy costs continue to rise, increasing numbers of farmers are looking for alternative energy sources in order to reduce their bills, as well as their carbon emissions.


The Energy Now Expo aims to:
• Explain how each of the renewable energy sources work
• Show how alternative energy solutions can save money on fuel costs
• Outline how farmers and landowners can earn extra income by supplying  power to the national grid
• Promote best practices in energy management
• Highlight the ways to maximise the operational efficiency and therefore returns of renewable energy schemes
• Debate about these issues with other farmers and landowners
• Provide access to presentations from the leading product and service suppliers in the Exhibitor Presentation Zone
• Give visitors the chance to discuss projects, problems or ideas with experts, on a one-on-one basis in the Renewables Advice Clinic
• Display the latest electric, hybrid and gas powered vehicles in the Low-Emission Vehicle Zone


For further information, please visit: www.energynowexpo.co.uk