The most successful representation body for agriculture and horticulture in England and Wales. We’re here to give you a voice and protect your way of life now and in the future. Our purpose is to champion British agriculture and horticulture, to campaign for a stable and sustainable future for British farmers and to secure the best possible deal for our members.
DJ Media Publishing Ltd has been providing agricultural and rural communities with information and guidance on renewable energy and low carbon systems for nearly 15 years.
Spearheaded by David Jacobmeyer the company launched Energy Now magazine in 2007 – a printed, bi-monthly magazine published specifically for farmers and landowners to learn more about renewable energy generation – including independent, practical guidance on subjects such as the technology choices, opportunities and benefits, challenges to deployment, available financial assistance and optimisation and maintenance requirements. Details of companies able to assist in the selection and installation of suitable systems were also included, as well as examples of existing farm-based projects and interviews with key industry figures. The best practices in energy and carbon management have also been a key part of the magazine’s content.
The Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA) are the trade association for the UK’s anaerobic digestion industry. Through lobbying activities, meeting government officials, industry events, educational materials and more, ADBA aims to facilitate
Joint organisers of the UK AD and World Biogas Expo and the inaugural World Biogas Summit.
The BHA is the only non-governmental trade membership organisation dedicated to representing the interests of the UK hydropower industry in the UK and overseas.
Hydropower, or water power, is one of the most reliable, predictable and least environmentally intrusive of all the renewable energy technologies and the BHA strives to ensure that the full potential and associated economic and community benefits are fully realised.
Membership of the BHA is open to all types of businesses, generators, commercial organisations, academia, charities, community groups anyone involved in, or with an interest in hydropower. Our membership is diverse, covering all sizes and types of hydropower from pico to pumped storage and the better for it.
The GSHPA brings together over 120 members and interested parties from across the ground source industry to develop a strong, dynamic and sustainable environment for heading and cooling systems that are based on heat capture, heat storage and heat transfer, including heat sharing networks and demand side management.
The Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership, established in 2003, is a public-private partnership that exists to accelerate a sustainable shift to lower carbon vehicles and fuels and create opportunities for UK businesses. Nearly 200 organisations are engaged from diverse backgrounds.
NNFCC is a leading international consultancy with expertise in the conversion of biomass to bioenergy, biofuels and bio-based products. We give organisations a better understanding of opportunities; advise government on bioenergy policy; and provide expert advice to investors and developers to minimise risks, identify investments and strengthen business plans.
The Solar Trade Association (STA) has worked to promote the benefits of solar energy and to make its adoption easy and profitable for domestic and commercial users.
The STA is the leading voice for the UK’s solar industry, with a proven track record of winning significant breakthroughs and defending industry interests.
On your behalf, and drawing on expertise from right across the solar industry, we undertake in-house policy development and provide advice and analysis to Government departments, politicians, agencies, regulators, other key decision-makers, NGOs, the media and other stakeholders.
NFYFC is a rural youth organisation for young people who have a love for agriculture and rural life. YFCs provide their members with an opportunity to develop skills, work with their local communities, travel abroad, take part in a varied competitions programme and enjoy a dynamic social life.
The NFFN are a group of farmers who champion a way of farming which is sustainable and good for nature. We come from a range of backgrounds organic and conventional and are passionate about ensuring our countryside is productive and bursting with wildlife and recognise that nature is an essential stakeholder in our farming businesses.
We work to accelerate the transition to more sustainable food and farming systems that nourish the health of both people and planet. To achieve this, we work catalytically and collaboratively, with an emphasis on communication, education and thought leadership.
Woldmarsh is a farmer-owned, Lincolnshire based agricultural buying group, with a membership of over 1,000 farmers across the UK. The buying team wok to secure the best value across a wide range of goods and services and also work with other groups to optimise shared collective strength to benefit members.