Solar panels

Will the sun shine on the solar industry in 2015?

29 January 2015

Will solar remain a dominant force on farms in 2015 or are dwindling Government incentives and a loack of electrical grid availability putting farmers off? Olivia Midgley asks the experts.

Former WRAP specialist joins consultancy firm

4 March 2015

FORMER WRAP (Waste and Resources Action Programme) specialist Dr David Tompkins has joined environmental consultancy Aqua Enviro.

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Features and analysis

Potential for hybrid rye as biogas feedstock

Breeding company KWS believes the use of hybrid rye for biogas has expansion for growth in the UK. Georgina Haigh reports.

Arwyn Owen says the decision to establish a pedigree Welsh Black herd has had a tremendous impact.

National Trust introduces renewable energy to boost Welsh hill farming

The introduction of renewable energy on National Trust farm properties become an instrumental way of helping traditional hill farms such as Hafod-y-Llan survive in the modern world.


Farm focus: Arable business on its way to renewable energy self-sufficiency

arable farm business on its way to renewable energy self-sufficiency

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Renewable energy news for the farming sector

The Renewables section brings you up-to-date renewable energy news, features and case studies from the UK farming industry.


Ole Sangill

Renewable energy expert profile: Ole Sangill, Endurance Wind Power

OLE Sangill is optimistic rural communities can be rallied together in order to become renewable energy producers and that farmers are at the head of that movement.