Energy In Agriculture19 July 2022 19 July 2022
Venue Gurteen College, Ballingarry, Roscrea, Co. Tipperary
The Energy and Farm Business Show is set to bring you an incredible day full of unmissable insights into the latest revolutionary products transforming the agri-industry. Gurteen College will be transformed into the ultimate hub on Tuesday, 19 July ready to turn your ideas into a reality.
The Energy and Farm Business Show will be a must-see event for landowners who are forward-thinking and looking to diversify into the energy, leisure, hospitality, food & tourism industry.
This free to attend event is open to all who are interested in reducing energy consumption and increasing the production of renewable energy on farms. This year there will be a strong focus on diversification on the farm with a whole set of talks designated to the topic.
Across our 4 pavilions this year our themes include:
- Energy Pavilion – Anaerobic Digestion, Energy Policy, Solar, Electricity, Biomass, Community Energy
- Farm Business Options Pavilion – Secrets behind successful diversification, Food Business Start Ups, Tourism Diversification
- Land Use Change & Sustainability Pavilion – Organics, Forestry, Bio-economy, Agri-Tech
- One-to-One Clinics – Financing, Taxation, Legal, Funding, Training & Upskilling
The Energy and Farm Business Show will include exhibition halls and experts in energy and diversification who will be able to provide visitors with all the information you need in your next business venture. If you are looking to expand your business, if you are looking to appeal to a wider demographic through your products or marketing, if you need to keep up to date with competition and if you want to meet some industry experts with unrivalled experience in the industry, then the Energy and Farm Business Show 2022 is an unmissable event for you.
The event is a joint initiative between Teagasc, TUS Midlands Midwest, Tipperary County Council, Irish Farmers Association, Tipperary Energy Agency and Gurteen Agricultural College.
Find out more here: https://energyinagriculture.ie/