Landowners and farmers considering how best to protect their businesses from the impact of Brexit are being urged to attend the Energy Now Expo on 7th and 8th February to find out how renewable energy could help.
Held at the Telford International Centre in Shropshire, the two-day event will host a Welsh debate on the continued growth of the country’s renewables sector. Chaired by the BBC Wales’ environment correspondent, Steffan Messenger, the Welsh debate will feature a range of experts from the sector, including Jennifer Pride, head of the onshore renewable energy policy team at the Welsh Government, and CAT’s Zero Carbon Britain Coordinator Paul Allen.
Register for your free ticket online by visiting www.energynowexpo.co.uk or calling 01293 854405.
The Energy Now Expo 2018 will also feature:
- A two-day multi-streamed conference covering the latest industry developments from across the renewable energy sectors
- An ‘energy storage theatre’ that will provide information and guidance on this exciting area of development, including technology comparisons, benefits, challenges, applications and policy updates
- A low emission vehicle showroom, featuring some of the latest electric and gas-powered vehicles as well as information on the continued development of the sector
- An ‘advice clinic’ giving farmers the opportunity to have one-to-one discussions with experts on an individual project basis
Plus a small team from CAT will be there to talk to you about our courses and events.