Thursday 3rd of March 2022 | Posted In: Use and Manage, Renewable energy, Generate, Energy saving

See us at Low Carbon Agriculture

NFU Energy looks forward to welcoming visitors to Stand #316 at the Low Carbon Agriculture show next week. Energy prices are still three times more than what we would expect and that’s why it’s important that you come and talk to us about how we can save you money and carbon at the show.


Our Sales and Marketing Director, Lisa Howkins, will be at the show on Tuesday 8th March in Seminar 1 at 1.00pm, giving a talk about ‘Understanding the feasibility and opportunities associated with EV charging’ and how our services help customers discover new solutions.

NFU Energy Technical Director, Jon Swain, will also be presenting a talk on Growing with less gas in Protected Horticulture in the Renewable Heating session on Wednesday 9th March in Seminar 1, at 3.10pm.

Carbon baseline

Come and talk to us on the stand about energy efficiency, environmental impact reduction and how we can identify your current carbon position. Whilst it’s important to think about contracts and costs, it is always important to think about efficiency with a definitive baseline and accurate numbers.

PPA and Renewable Energy Solutions

With emphasis from the current crises affecting the market, it is becoming evermore apparent that customers with renewables onsite are winning. If export contracts are due for renewal, now is a good time to negotiate lucrative uplifts in rates and our energy managers can talk you through this.

To hear more about adopting renewables on your land, come and talk to us about Renewable Energy Solutions. We provide access to funding; fully accredited and trusted installers; CT Planning; and our exclusive insurance partner, NFU Mutual.

Electric Vehicle chargers

This service sees us collaborating on projects with a rapid charging provider aiding the UK in its transition to decarbonisation. The aim is to help facilitate the many infrastructure changes necessary to aid the UK net zero strategy and to provide substantial diversification opportunities to farmers and land-owners across the UK.

Electric Vehicle feasibility

If you are thinking about making the switch to electric vehicles but aren't quite sure or need to build a case it might be worth having us crunch the numbers using telemetry. We can identify whether light transport and handling equipment is suitable for swapping to electric vehicle (EV) alternatives, based around a 6- month feasibility study and the resultant data.


We are involved in cutting-edge research with a range of partners on various projects. One is Innovate UK, NFU Energy and District Eating, in which we provide opportunities to reduce emissions to help develop a Net Zero future. Please let us know if you are interested in making use of waste heat from nearby businesses.

We are also working with Durham University. Looking at how technology can help to reduce the powerful greenhouse gases released by livestock to help agriculture reach its carbon emissions targets.


Interested in finding out more about any of the above or got a question we haven’t covered? Come and see us at show Stand #316! We look forward to talking to you at the show!