ORGANISERS OF the Low Carbon Agriculture Show have announced a second Digital Insights webinar discussing ‘Opportunities for Renewable Energy on Farms’.

Following on from last month's successful launch of the series, when over 220 people registered onto the ‘Reaching Net Zero in Agriculture’ themed session, the next renewables-focussed webinar takes place at 6pm on Wednesday October 14.

Key industry speakers, discussing the most viable on farm renewable energy solutions to consider and inviting questions from the audience, will include Renewable Energy Association chief executive Nina Skorupska and partner and head of sustainable energy at Fisher German, Darren Edwards.

“Our first ‘Reaching Net Zero in Agriculture’ webinar was a great success, and we had fantastic engagement," said Low Carbon Agriculture Show organiser and webinar host David Jacobmeyer.

“The expert panel tackled a considerable number of questions on issues including carbon measurement and storage, policy requirements, and the role of renewables. The polls carried out highlighted the appetite from farmers to decarbonise the agricultural sector, with 64.9% of those who voted stating that they are planning to invest in electric or bio-fuelled vehicles or machinery and 85.7% declaring that they think net zero by 2040 is possible, as is stated in the NFU’s ‘Achieving Net Zero’ ambitions."

The next 'real world' Low Carbon Agriculture Show will take place on March 9 and 10, 2021, at the National Agriculture and Exhibition Centre (NAEC), Stoneleigh.

Formerly the Energy and Rural Business Show, the event has 'rebranded, relocated and reasserted its focus' to ensure that practical solutions to tackling climate change through the generation of renewable energy, the implementation of low carbon initiatives and best practice in both environmental and carbon management, take centre stage.

To submit your questions to the October 14 webinar either email Tweet or post your question using the hashtag #LowCarbonAgri.

To register for LCA Digital Insights, visit