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The Renewable Energy Revolution

With concerns over climate change, dwindling fossil fuels and energy security, the demand for renewable energy solutions has increased dramatically in recent years. The Government's commitment to a low-carbon Britain has led to legislative changes that have helped many industries invest in renewable energy technologies for their homes and businesses.

To support the campaign for a sustainable Britain, McCullough Moore Ltd have teamed up with DJ Media to launch Energy Now Expo showcasing the latest renewable energy technologies & services available to farmers & landowners.

The event will combine a conference, workshop and exhibition areas and will run on the 16th & 17th February 2011 at The Malvern Showground, Worcestershire. The conference programme will cover many topics and will include wind, biomass, biogas, biofuels, ground source heating, hydro and solar technologies.

Our work in this area has helped us develop good relationships with various key bodies including the Department of Energy & Climate Change, National Farmers Union and Renewable Energy Association. We hope to build on this foundation with future event launches planned for this important industry sector.

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“Britain’s farmers and landowners hold an important key to help the UK develop an alternative to fossil fuels, improve the environment and open up new business opportunities”

Peter Kendall
President, NFU

“The CLA believes that agriculture has an essential role to play in the fight against climate change”

Oliver Harwood
Renewable Energy Advisor, CLA

“Now is the best time ever for farmers and landowners to consider developing small hydropower schemes”

David Williams
Chief Executive, British Hydropower Association

“The UK’s farmers and landowners are expected to play a major role in securing the future for the renewable energy industry in Britain”

Philip Wolfe
Renewable Energy Association, Non-Executive director