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13May2010: "Power to the Farm" Seminar

13May2010: "Power to the Farm" Seminar

Royal Agricultural College
"Power to the Farm" Seminar

Thursday 13th May 2010

Boutflour Hall, 10:00 – 16:00

Please find below a copy of the provisional programme for our next event.

The aim of the day is to introduce some of the “farm scale technologies” that are currently available to farms, communities and rural businesses.

Can energy independence mitigate climate change, save money and reduce our waste?

Dr Richard Baines has agreed to chair the event and set the scene. Richard Gedge will be joining us and sharing his experiences from Natsley Farm along with experts from Leaf, Biogen Greenfinch, Encrafts, Environment Agency, Business Link and DECC.

A booking form is attached for your convenience; please accept my apologies for any cross postings.

We would be very grateful if you could pass on the information to anyone that you feel maybe interested in attending.

Kind regards

Beverley

Beverley Allen
Rural Professional Network Manager
South West Rural Update.
Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester, GL7 6JS
01285 889872 ext 2236
Mobile: 0787 536 2027

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Provisional Programme

09:30 Registration, coffee and networking

10:00 Introduction to South West Rural Update ~ Simon King, Director, Business Development Centre, Royal Agricultural College

10:05 Chair’s introduction & setting the scene ~ Dr Richard Baines, Royal Agricultural College

10:20 “Are you making the most of what you already have?” ~ Caroline Drummond, Leaf

10:45 Fits, can you make money? ~ DECC, tbc

11:15 Refreshments

11:30 The 3 Bio’s - “What’s happening now?” ~ Lucy Lewis, Biogen Greenfinch

12:00 Hydro & Wind – the way forward? ~ Matthew Rhodes, Encrafts

12:30 Case Study – Natsley Farm ~ Richard Gedge, Natsley Farm

13:00 Summary of the key messages of the day and introduction to the workshops ~ Richard Baines

13:05 Mini-exhibition & Networking lunch, Kenneth Russell Room, 1st floor main building

14:00 Workshops:

Matthew Rhodes “Small Scale Hydro Power Systems – a practical workshop” Boutflour Hall

Lucy Lewis “Where do you start your project” Bathurst Lounge

Richard Gedge “Would a Ridon Composter work for you?” Bathurst Dinning

Emma Bateman, Environment Agency “Permitting Requirements” tbc Corinium Room

14:45 Workshops repeated.

15:30 Questions to the speakers and closing remarks ~ Chair, Dr Richard Baines

Refreshments ~ further networking