Action matters: how these free renewable energy seminars could boost your bottom line

The NSW Office of Environment & Heritage (OEH) and NSW Farmers Association (NSWFA) invite you to a free seminar series on renewables in agriculture and solar PV pumping, to be held at five regional locations across New South Wales over late May and early June.

Farmers like Scott Morgan (here, showing off the solar PV array on his property at Kensal Green) will help participants at the OEH/NSWFA's free seminar series get a practical perspective on solar PV pumping and on-farm renewables.
Farmers like Scott Morgan (here, showing off the solar PV array on his property at Kensal Green) will help participants at the OEH/NSWFA's free seminar series get a practical perspective on solar PV pumping and on-farm renewables.
Georgia Morgan

The half-day seminars will give farmers state-wide the chance to learn more about the possibilities and practicalities of on-farm renewable energy from local case studies and industry experts.

Topics on the agenda include:

  • on-farm renewables;
  • regional climate impact projections;
  • water and energy efficiency in irrigation;
  • solar pumping for irrigation;
  • how to select the most suitable supplier for your needs;
  • the Australian Government Department of the Environment’s new Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF);
  • NSW Agriculture, Local Land Services and OEH programs; and – crucially:
  • how to get an excellent return on investment (ROI).
Get local info, practical tips and first-hand knowledge about on-farm renewable energy options such as the solar photovoltaic array shown, and find out how investing in renewables can help your business' bottom line.
Get local info, practical tips and first-hand knowledge about on-farm renewable energy options such as the solar photovoltaic array shown, and find out how investing in renewables can help your business' bottom line.
NSW Farmers

The seminar series will highlight practical information detailed in two new guides for farmers:

  • solar-powered pumping in agriculture: A guide to system selection and design; and
  • renewable energy in agriculture: A farmer’s guide to technology and feasibility.

Come along and find out how your farm business can benefit from clean energy technologies.

No need to pack sandwiches: lunch is included.

Register for the Griffith launch/seminar or any of the subsequent seminars and get more details at the seminar series web page or by phoning 0477 716 757. Seminars in the series are scheduled for Griffith (27 May), Deniliquin (28 May), the Hunter (1 June), the Western Sydney/Hawkesbury region (2 June) and Warren (5 June). Registrations close two days prior to each event.

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