National Renewables in
and Expo 2024
In 2024, the Conference is making its debut in the Sunshine State!
On-farm renewables are a valuable opportunity for
farmers to cut costs and emissions.
This event brings together farmers, agriculture and energy consultants, peak bodies and Government representatives to share stories of on-farm renewables, their business case and discuss what’s driving the transformation of energy use in agriculture.
Large scale solar and wind developments present opportunities for farmers and regional communities if planned well with meaningful engagement around benefit sharing. These topics plus combining farming and solar, termed agrivoltaics, also forms part of the yearly Conference program.
Toowoomba 4 July 2024
- Thursday 4 July 2024
- Expo open from 8am
Conference sessions running from 9am to 5pm followed by a wine tasting and stand up canape networking light dinner until 7.30pm.
- Armitage Centre, 56 Neil Street.
- 5 July 2024
MacIntyre Wind Farm Tour
Host landholder and Acciona rep to speak
(Limited spaces available)
- Farm electrification –
Farmer Mike Casey owns Forest Lodge Orchard, a 6-hectare high-density cherry orchard in Central Otago, New Zealand that operates without burning fossil fuels.
Everything from irrigation, frost fighting, vehicles and even New Zealand’s first electric tractor are powered through the country’s highly renewable grid and through solar generated on the property and stored an on-site battery.
Tickets starting from $195 (Early bird)
(includes light evening canape meal)
Prices include GST
Hear from innovative farmers, industry experts, Government and from the research sector.
There will be plenty of opportunity to ask questions at the Q&A or networking sessions plus mingle with speakers with a solar wine and light canape event at the end of the day.
For all sponsor and exhibitor enquiries please contact Karin Stark on: E: firstname.lastname@example.org M: 0467 602 886
Welcome to Albury Wodonga
A natural meeting place in every way.
For thousands of years, people have gathered, shared and celebrated at this special place in the foothill of the Alps and on the banks of the mighty Murray River.
Our warm, welcoming and entrepreneurial locals have come from here, and come from afar, to build a thriving regional community that is both cosmopolitan and laidback, culturally connect and naturally abundant.
We have every kind of nature at our doorstep. Whether you looking to get out and explore, or looking to relax and rejuvenation, you’ll find it on our Murray River and Lake Hume, through our hill vistas and trails or walking and relaxing in our many parks and garden.