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February 10 and 11, 2016

UK: New show format launched for Energy Now Expo 2016

With renewable energy surpassing coal as the leading electricity source for a whole quarter for the first time this year, the expanded Energy Now Expo 2016 in February promises to be a lively event.

According to government statistics released in September, renewable energy has outstripped coal by a record 25%, compared to the same period the year before, when renewables contributed 16.4% of electricity.

With this news there’s been a new wave of interest in generating renewable energy, and farmers and landowners wanting to find out about the opportunities available should not miss the new format Energy Now Expo 2016.

Taking place at Telford International Centre, on February 10 and 11, 2016, the show is more extensive than ever.

The hall will be extended to twice the size, accommodating a total of 200 exhibitors.

Keynote conference sessions on each renewable energy type will be included inside the exhibition, and the conference format has evolved to become a hotbed of debate.

Three provocative topics will be proposed by a chair, and then discussed by three leading industry professionals who will have half an hour each to state their case, and the audience will be invited to contribute.

At the start of each day the conference will be kicked off by three keynote presentations, from leading figures in the renewables and farming industries.

David Jacobmeyer, Energy Now Expo director, is excited about the new changes. “We want to keep visitor on their toes, and we’re always evolving the show to grow with advances in the renewable industry. Farmers and landowners are more knowledgeable than ever about renewable energy, so we want to provide the latest, most innovative platform to enable them to make informed decisions,” he says.

“The show welcomes a ‘new product development (NPD) zone’, where exhibitors will be launching new products to the market. Also new this year is an ‘education zone’ which is an area dedicated to providing information on the training available to better understand and operate renewable energy schemes.

Those interested in finding out the following should not miss Energy Now Expo 2016:
  • Updates on the latest legislation changes, what they mean to the farming sector and how they will impact renewable energy schemes
  • Detailed explanations of how all of the renewables technologies work
  • Information showing how alternative energy solutions can save money on fuel costs
  • Finding out how extra income can be gained by supplying energy to the national grid
  • Getting access to practical workshops on each energy type
  • Watching debates on the latest renewables issues in the multi-streamed conference

For more information on Energy Now Expo 2016, visit 

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