The Low Carbon Agriculture show will return for the 15th time this year, with over 120 companies representing renewable energy, low carbon transport and machinery sectors set to attend.

The event aims to bring together farmers, landowners and industry operators to explore ways to address climate change through the generation of renewable energy and the implementation of low carbon technology.

It will take place on February 7-8, 2023, at the National Agricultural and Exhibition Centre (NAEC) in Stoneleigh, Kenilworth.

The four expos

The 2023 Low Carbon Agriculture show will include four different content-led expos consisting of an energy now expo; environmental business expo; farm technology expo; and a low-emission vehicles expo.

Industry figures are set to speak at the expos to provide insight and guidance on achieving net zero by creating a profitable and sustainable future for agricultural and rural communities, the event organisers have said.

The event organisers believe that the agricultural sector is “uniquely placed” to be part of the UK’s solution to achieving net zero by 2050.

A partner of the show, the National Farmers’ Union (NFU), has said that this year’s conference sessions will focus on:

  • Enhancing biodiversity;
  • Transitioning to regenrative farming systems;
  • Niche crops;
  • Managing energy use and costs;
  • Decarbonisation of UK heat and power;
  • Maximising returns from existing clean energy assets.

“A policy workshop, giving farmers and landowners the chance to quiz experts on agricultural, energy and environmental policy has also been added,” the union said.

“The new topics have been introduced alongside already popular sessions, such as carbon farming, soil health, each renewable energy type and an open debate on reaching net zero in agriculture.

“In partnership with the NFU, Low Carbon Agriculture will feature its renowned multi-streamed conference, workshops, an exhibition, test drives of low emission vehicles and machinery and demonstrations of the latest innovations in agri-tech.”