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Energy Now

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DJ Media Publishing Ltd has been providing agricultural and rural communities with information and guidance on renewable energy and low carbon systems for over 16 years.

Spearheaded by David Jacobmeyer, the company launched Energy Now magazine, a printed, bi-monthly magazine published specifically for farmers and landowners to learn more about generating renewable energy and effectively managing its use, 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.

Energy Now is also the founding partner of the Low Carbon Agriculture Show, with David and his team launching the Energy Now Expo in 2010, which was later developed into the Low Carbon Agriculture show.

In 2020 Energy Now became a digital platform to provide its readers with regular news, guidance, and examples of real-life projects. The site also features interviews with key stakeholders from across the energy and agricultural sectors, plus holds regular webinars for its members. A suppliers directory provides details of companies readers can work with to implement their energy related plans.

Sign up for a free membership to receive access to all of Energy Now’s content, as well as invitations to webinars and regular industry updates and advice. Looking for a way to promote your services to the agricultural sector? Contact us today to discuss options.

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DJ Media Publishing Ltd New Venture House Weir Lane Worcester
Worcestershire
WR22 4AY
United Kingdom
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