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Highly relevant session for farmers at All-Energy 2010

How do you buy a wind turbine?

This is just one of the questions that will be answered in the special conference session aimed at the farming community at All-Energy 2010, the UKs largest renewable energy exhibition and conference, taking place in Aberdeen on 19 and 20 May.

The farming conference session will take place on the afternoon of Wednesday 19 May. The advent of the new Feed-in Tariffs is important to the farming community and we know that Jeremy Sainsbury, a Director of Natural Power will be looking at the advantages of the scheme in his presentation, and looking at the steps involved in getting a wind project up and running; looking at the range of scales available from supplying own power scale, right through to commercial production, explains All-Energys Conference Project Director, Judith Patten. Juliet Davenport, Chief Executive of Good Energy will be demystifying selling to the grid something that many in the farming community would like to know more about.

The farming session at this the tenth All-Energy show will also look at the economic benefits of on-farm wind clusters in Aberdeenshire Julian Bell of the Scottish Agricultural College (SAC) will show implications for other geographic areas too. And Neil Harrison, also from SAC, will be speaking on the renewable heat incentive and biomass.

We are hoping too for a presentation on taking steps to developing an anaerobic digestion system. All in all we will have a packed 90 minute session, which is bound to trigger lots of interesting debate. The full conference programme is on the show website at All-Energy 2010 is free to attend for all with a business/ professional interest in renewable energy and its use.

The All-Energy conference also has sessions devoted to all sources of renewable energy and the challenges and opportunities faced by the industry. The farming and forestry communities are bound to be interested in the sessions on bioenergy encompassing biomass, biogas and biofuels; and renewables for communities as well as the microgeneration sessions. The exhibition with over 400 exhibiting companies from home and overseas will provide plenty of opportunities for meeting the people behind everything from biomass boilers to wind turbines and from run-of river micro-hydro to the all-important finance and funding specialists.

Online free registration for both the exhibition and conference (one badge gains access to all component parts of All-Energy) is open 24/7 at and visitors can benefit on the evening of Wednesday 19 May from the Civic Reception hosted by Aberdeen City Council, and the  Giant Networking Evening sponsored by UK Trade and Investment where discussion on topics covered during the days conference sessions can continue with like-minded people in a relaxed setting.

Full information on all aspects of All-Energy 2010 is available at and from and from +44 (0)1423 524545.

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