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Reasons to exhibit



Reach a targeted audience

Promote to and network with agricultural and rural business owners interested in renewable energy generation, environmental best practice and increased productivity.


Gain exposure to the agri rural sector

Meet thousands of farmers & landowners from across the UK as well as the leading trade associations, agents and buying groups.


Give your business a competitive edge

Take advantage of our additional marketing and PR opportunities, as well as tailored sponsorship packages to ensure your brand stands out.


Achieve real ROI

With a highly targeted audience and a raft of new digital opportunities to create & capture leads, the show can provide an excellent return on investment.


Showcase your technology and your expertise

Raise the profile of your company within the agri / rural communities and position yourself as a market leader


Meet the market face-to-face

Benefit from two days of uninterrupted business, bringing the key players in the industry direct to you.


Build new business relationships

At the only event dedicated exclusively to low carbon practices, technology and energy solutions for the agri/rural communities.


Connect with existing renewable energy generators

Show ways to enhance & optimise returns & discuss new opportunities with existing scheme owners.

Low Carbon Agriculture 2024 is a fully immersive, engaging event where our suppliers and vendors are right in the middle of the action. Our expo floor is designed to make sure that footfall to your booth is maximised. You will see that the content theatres and our low emission vehicle zone ring the expo floor, while the Agriconnect Hub and Catering area draw all attendees into the middle.

You will be front and centre of the event experience for the 3000+ visitors. Join us, reserve your place now before the floor is sold out.

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2024 Exhibitors

About Each Expo



The agricultural and rural communities continue to be one of the biggest investors in low carbon energy solutions, due to the resources at their disposal, the need to diversify incomes, typically high energy costs and their desire to help address climate change.

Now in its 15th year, the Energy Now zone showcases the latest renewable & low carbon energy opportunities and technologies available to farmers and landowners, together with best practices in energy generation and management.

A large exhibition of suppliers is combined with a 2-day, multi-streamed conference, in which key industry figures provide insight and practical guidance on a variety of topics, including:

  • AD & Biogas
  • Biomass
  • Energy Crops
  • Energy efficiency
  • Energy storage
  • Finance
  • Heat Pumps
  • Hybrid Systems
  • Hydropower
  • Low-emission vehicles & machinery
  • Policy
  • Optimisation and Maintenance
  • Solar
  • Wind


Launched at the 2021 event, the Environmental Business zone will focus on environmental land management and the agricultural and rural communities’ contribution to reducing greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs).

In 2019 the NFU announced its’ ambition to achieve Net Zero for agriculture by 2040, to aid with government’s commitment to achieving the same by 2050, pointing to agriculture as both an emissions source and a sink.

In addition, the UK’s new Agriculture Bill will see farmers move away from the CAP regulations to a new system of environmental land management contracts, detailing the terms and conditions under which farmers and land managers will receive funding.

The Environmental Business zone will examine the steps needed to achieve Net Zero, provide advice on the ways to comply with policy, guidance on effective carbon & environmental land management, plus outline the benefits and examine the challenges facing agricultural and rural businesses.

Topics to be covered include:

  • Achieving Net Zero
  • Biodiversity
  • Carbon sequestration
  • Forestry
  • Natural Capital
  • Policy compliance
  • Reducing GHGs through improved productivity
  • Soil Health
  • Waste management


Launched at the 2021 event, the Farm Technology zone will turn the spotlight on to the innovative technology solutions set to transform the agricultural industry.

With a range of options available, any investment in technology needs careful planning & consideration. The Farm Technology zone aims to highlight these options, providing guidance on their benefits and integration into existing systems and in this way helping to create a profitable & sustainable farming future.

Topics and technologies to include:

  • Artificial Intelligence (AI)
  • Automation Technology
  • Data management tools
  • Drones
  • Precision Farming
  • Robotics
  • Sensors
  • Software


Returning for its 7th year, the Low Emission Vehicles zone will demonstrate the low carbon transport and machinery options currently available, together with related opportunities.

With government set to ban the sale of new petrol, diesel vehicles by 2030, transport and machinery options are due to change dramatically in the coming years.

This part of the show will contain some of the latest machinery & vehicles on the market. The associated opportunities will be discussed at length as part of the conference programme, with topics including:

  • Low-carbon transport & machinery options
  • Utilising power and/or gas generated onsite
  • Becoming part of the charging network
  • The market for biofuels
  • Hydrogen as a fuel source
  • Policy Developments
  • Costs, tax implications and other financial considerations
Low Emissions

Polaris UK & Ireland

The fully-electric UTV from Polaris Off Road Vehicles - the RANGER XP Kinetic - delivers uncompromised capability, unrivalled durability and refined performance thanks to its electric powertrain which has been designed for off-road use. Polaris’ 10-year partnership with Zero Motorcycles has meant that the RANGER XP Kinetic pushes the industry forward with a class-leading 110-horsepower and 140lb-ft of instantaneous torque. Delivering maximum power and quick acceleration when needed, the RANGER XP Kinetic can effortlessly tow up to 1,134kg and boasts an industry-best 680kg payload capacity. 

You can visit the Polaris website here: 

Be sure to visit the Polaris team at stand LEV4 in the Low Emissions Vehicles Zone

Polaris LEV

BOSS Off Road Vehicles

New Terrain EX4 100% Electric 

An electric UTV capable of successfully tackling the toughest working days thanks to its OFF-ROAD capabilities. The new TERRAIN EX4 offers high load capacity, lower maintenance cost and high vehicle durability, with precise power for your every working need. 

To find out more visit: 

Be sure to visit the BOSS Off Road Vehicles team at stand LEV8 in the Low Emissions Vehicles Zone


Boss Off Road

Who Attends

Bringing together forward-thinking farmers, landowners, and industry operators.

Who Attends


2024 Partners

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NAEC Stoneleigh, 5-6th March 2025

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