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

10 things you need to know to make your solar project a success

21 January 2015

ARE you thinking of making the move into solar energy?

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Farmer invites others to hear about AD project

8 January 2015

NFU Scotland’s Renewables Development Initiative (RDI) will open its 2015 programme of events in the Borders with a look at a new anaerobic digestion (AD) plant set up on a Hawick farm.

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Features and analysis

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.

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

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

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.

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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.