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Brabners to exhibit at Energy Now Expo 2015

Brabners to exhibit at Energy Now Expo 2015

Friday 16th January 2015

Law firm Brabners will be exhibiting at Energy Now Expo 2015, which showcases renewable energy opportunities available to agricultural and rural communities, on the 11 - 12 February 2015 at Telford International Centre, Shropshire. Brabners will be showcasing the legal issues relating to renewable energy, energy saving technology and land management at Stand 42.

Farmers and landowners from across the UK will be attending the renewable energy event, which will feature a large conference and exhibition area of over 160 renewable energy product and service suppliers.

Headline speakers include:

  • Henry Robinson, CLA president
  • Meurig Raymond, NFU president
  • Jonathan Scurlock, chief renewables adviser, NFU
  • Ray Noble, co-chair DECC Solar Strategy Group
  • Charlotte Morton, chief executive, ADBA
  • Jake Salisbury, operations director, GSHPA
  • Ian Burrow, head of renewables & agriculture, NatWest
  • Hiten Sonpal, director, Lombard Green Finance
  • Nina Skorupska, chief executive, REA
  • Steve Edmunds, director, Mole Valley Farmers
  • Simon Hamlyn, CEO, BHA
  • Louisa Coursey, small and medium wind development manager, RenewableUK
  • Jacqueline Balian, head of RHI operations, Ofgem
  • Nicky Conway, principal sustainability advisor, Forum for the Future

Topics being discussed include: the next government’s blueprint for green energy, how the RHI has fared, and what the likely future changes are, and contracts for the difference (CFDS) explained. The future of on-farm wind, maximising returns from marginal land, the business plan for an AD plant, sources of heat for a heat pump, the latest developments in energy storage, practical tips to heat metering, timetable of changes to the financial incentives, biogas CHP vs biomethane, the financial help available and a practical guide to grid connections.

The Energy Now Expo continues to be the only renewable energy event organised exclusively for the agricultural and rural sectors, with attractions at the 2015 event including:

  • A two-day multi-streamed conference that will explore the challenges facing the continued growth of the renewables industry and the role the agricultural/rural sectors have to play. The conference will contain keynote presentations, followed by energy-specific panel debates, as well as in-depth presentations on the very latest developments and dedicated sessions covering the best practices in energy management.
  • A brand new Grid Connection workshop, providing participants with the opportunity to discuss grid connection issues with experts and understand the processes, timescales and possible constraints involved.

Admission to the exhibition is free for all those who pre-register.

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

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