Ireland’s Energy in Agriculture 2019 returns for the fourth year on August 20 and aims to provide practical information for farmers and the rural sector about the various renewable energy and energy-efficiency options available for farm businesses.
It is organised jointly by Teagasc, Tipperary County Council, the Irish Farmers’ Association, Tipperary Energy Agency and Gurteen College.
This free-to-attend event is now firmly established as Ireland’s largest renewable energy event for the farming community. Last year, it attracted 3,000 visitors through the doors of Gurteen College.
The event gives farmers the opportunity to explore the latest renewable energy opportunities to use clean technology, drive efficiency and manage business costs in Irish agriculture.
The event is jam-packed with talks, panel discussions, practical demonstrations and an agri future outdoor arena.
The networking and learning that takes place in the expo arena is one of the most important aspects of Energy in Agriculture. The expo offers farmers an opportunity to meet with expert suppliers of products relating to energy on your farm.
All areas are represented from solar pv, wind, biomass, finance and consultancy. Last year, there were over 60 exhibitors who had access to an engaged and interested audience.
Companies in the energy sector, biomass boilers, heat pumps, pv etc. that wish to engage with the right audience should be exhibiting at Energy in Agriculture. For a reasonable rate they will get a lot out of the day.
The announcement of the Government Climate Action Plan shows that climate change is at the forefront of people’s minds. Energy in Agriculture is a leader in energy for the agricultural sector and is committed to providing the best, practical advice available from leaders and experts in their fields.
Brand new for this year will be an energy-efficiency demonstration and dairy case study, this will take place in the new, high-tech Gurteen dairy parlour. The practical demonstration will showcase options for improved efficiency and new technologies.
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