2013 sees the fourth annual Energy Now Expo and with it comes a lot of exciting changes which the team at Energy Now are hoping will benefit farmers and landowners across the UK.
The Expo, which showcases renewable energy opportunities available to agricultural and rural communities, has relocated to the Telford International Centre from the Malvern Showground in Worcestershire and will take place over two days in February.
Being held on the 13th -14th February, the expo will welcome a much larger exhibition featuring over 170 renewable energy product and service suppliers.
As well as the new venue, there will be several exciting additions to the already successful event, which makes 2013’s event a must, even for those who have attended previous Expos.
Attendants to the Expo 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.
There will also be the chance to visit the new exhibitor presentation zone where they can further understand the practical steps involved in installing a variety of technologies into their business.
The event will also boast a low-emission vehicle area, showcasing the latest in electric, hydrogen and hybrid vehicles, plus an energy efficiency zone in both the exhibition and the conference promoting and explaining the best practices in energy management.
Roger Perry of TwinHeat UK said: “Visiting the Energy Now Expo 2012 turned out to be a great success for TwinHeat and a very worthwhile experience. I met a local Land Agent who was very interested in the merits of the Twinheat boiler and after putting together a quotation for him, I delivered our display boiler to him on the way home from the expo. A couple of weeks later we installed it and the deployment has since generated a lot of interest in his area”.
David Jacobmeyer, organiser of Energy Now Expo said: “Energy Now Expo 2013 aims to demystify renewable energy options for farmers by bringing together suppliers and advisers from the industry to explain the many options that are available to them.”
“Last year we had over 2000 visitors, speakers and exhibitors, and we are hoping that all the new attractions at our 2013 event will encourage an even larger audience. With additions such as the low emissions vehicle zone, the energy management and efficiency zone, outside exhibit zone and international pavilions, we are certain that there will be something that will appeal to all.”
Admission to the exhibition is free for all those who pre-register. Discounts on conference passes are available for Energy Now magazine subscribers and also to members of the NFU and the CLA. More information can be found at www.energynowexpo.co.uk.