Biogas will play a key part in achieving the NFU's ambition for net zero in farming by 2040. The demand for more green gas in the UK grid could see the creation of 100 biomethane plants.
This event focuses on the potential for AD (anaerobic digestion) development.
Tom will be delivering the 'Farms of the Future' keynote session at 11.30am on 15 June.
The event is free to attend. Register online at: World Biogas Expo 2022
Farmers Breakfast meeting
Tom will also be speaking at the 'Farmers Breakfast' meeting on 15 June, for on-farm AD plant operators, as well as farmers interested in the benefits of anaerobic digestion and other stakeholders.
This event is also free to attend. It takes place 8–9.30am before the exhibition opens.
Tom will be presenting alongside the Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA), a research institution, and other industry leaders.
NFU Deputy President
The home farm is based around arable production but has also diversified into equestrian and renewables.
Tom has represented the NFU from Local Branch Chairman through to Chair of the National Combinable Crops Board.
- Animal health and welfare including bTB
- Climate change and net zero
- Water and air issues
- Clean air strategy
- Workforce supply and training
- Farm assurance and labelling
- Food safety
- Animal ID and movements
The aim of the session is to build strong partnerships on the pathway to decarbonising the UK's agricultural sector.
Find out more and register your interest in attending at the event website: World Biogas Expo | Farmers Breakfast
Breakfast will provided and you will have the opportunity to network and ask questions.