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Farm Energy NI Annual Conference

The Farm Energy NI Annual Conference will take place at CAFRE Greenmount Campus, Antrim on Thursday 12th March 2020 from 10.00am to 1.30pm.

The conference will consider the key issues from within the sector and explore future challenges and opportunities for small-mid sized renewables generators. Gathered will be expert speakers on Battery Storage, Grid Code Compliance, Distribution Networks, Repowering, Innovation & Optimisation. Our keynote speaker is Steven Agnew from the Northern Ireland Renewable Industry Group (NIRIG), who will discuss the Energy Strategy for NI and its targets to achieve net zero carbon by 2050.

In addition we will have exhibitors, the chance to speak one-to-one with our experts or simply catch-up and network with like minded people over some lunch.

To attend please book in advance by emailing or telephone 028 7930 0606. Conference cost is £10 per trading member or £25 to non-members that will include lunch. Payment can be completed on PayPal link below or by cash on arrival. If you wish to become a member or know more please visit our member section on this link

We look forward to seeing you for a great day of discussion.

£10 per trading members or £25 to non-members


12 Mar 2020


10:00 am - 1:30 pm


£10 Members / £25 Non-members
Greenmount Campus Conference Hall


Greenmount Campus Conference Hall


Farm Energy NI
028 7930 0606

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