Solar PV still an attractive option for farmers

19 October 2014

AS RENEWABLE energy tariffs fluctuate, many landowners may query the viability of undertaking a renewable project on their unit.


Farmers urged to consider straw for renewable energy

5 October 2014

FARMERS are being advised about the advantages of selling straw for renewable energy production.

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Features and analysis


Diverse renewable systems provide cost savings for arable business

HILLHOUSE farm is a business with sustainability at its core. With three diverse renewable systems in operation, the farm business is on its way to making itself energy self-sufficient. Georgina Haigh reports.

Farmers are taking bigger financial risks to build large-scale projects.

Shrewd farmers make use of large-scale green energy schemes

AS the race to make the most of Government subsidies for renewable energy continues, farmers are taking a gamble on larger scale technologies to not only boost their farm incomes but in some cases to turn struggling businesses around. Olivia Midgley speaks to some of the farmers and installers behind the innovative schemes.

Wind turbines

Renewables: Gap widening as Scotland vies for independence

With a referendum on independence looming, never has the focus on north and south been greater. Energy is likely to be a key battleground and a gap in renewables ambition seems to be emerging at the border.

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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.