Paul Clark, managing director of Rural Energy, has been invited to speak at Nextgen 2013, which takes place at Stoneleigh Park, near Warwick on October 9-10th.
The conference and exhibition is being attended by renewable energy experts from across the UK. Aimed at rural, industrial and urban businesses and organisations, it will showcase the latest renewable technologies and show how they can be used to deliver efficient, energy saving and profitable projects.
Rural Energy will have two ‘cutaway’ demonstration biomass boilers on display so visitors can see the technology in action.
Paul Clark, who has more than a decade’s experience in biomass, will highlight the success of biomass in the poultry sector and how the technology is a “wise investment” for those involved in any sector.
He said: “The poultry sector has adopted biomass and are leading the way for businesses. Cutting carbon and earning payback incentives not only reduces heating costs, but also improves air quality in the sheds.
“At the conference I’ll show how the combination of biomass and integrated ventilation systems is improving yields for poultry farmers. I’ll also be taking attendees through some of Rural Energy’s case studies, from a single 995kW Herz biomass boiler installation, to a client with multiple-packaged plant rooms or Heat Pods.
“I’m hoping that professionals will come along and see just what benefits modern biomass technology can bring to their businesses.
“They will see from case studies that those who have already harnessed the energy from biomass are seeing the dividends and that more and more businesses are looking to use the technology.”
Mr Clark’s talk will take place on 9th October from 11.15 – 12.15 in Agri-Rural Theatre 2.