We are delighted to announce that Damien O Reilly, who presents RTE’s Countrywide will facilitate a Panel Discussion on the morning of Energy in Agriculture 2017. The theme of the Panel Discussion will be the ‘Role of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy in Agricultural Production’. The panellists will include Minister Naughten and representatives from Teagasc, Tipperary Energy Agency, Tipperary County Council and IFA. It will take place at 10.30am in the Exhibition in the Horse Arena. Not to be missed!
You can register to attend Energy in Agriculture 2017 here
We will be hosting a series of Free 1 to 1 Energy clinics for participants at Energy in Agriculture.
Energy project clinics will be hosted by a number of experts for the day and will cover a wide variety of topics including planning, funding information, renewable energy and much more. Please note there are a myriad of demonstrations and seminars over the day and we would encourage all general interest queries to attend the relevant seminar/ demonstration, and reserve the clinics for specific projects.
For more information on this visit our One to One Energy Clinic page
You are offered the opportunity to submit your work for the Energy in Agriculture Poster Presentation. Possible topics could include:
Energy production from Agri sources ( raw or processed residues).
Energy efficiency in Agriculture or Agri processing.
Carbon efficiency and carbon management in agriculture including other greenhouse gasses
Novel and innovative use of land and / or agriculture to reduce climate, air or water pollution.
Advanced generation bioenergy vectors
Improving biomass production
Bioactive compounds from biomass
Metabolic engineering of fermentation processes
Biobased polymers and materials
Micro and macro algae technology
Biocatalysis for bioresource transformation
Nutrient and energy cycling
Bioproducts from woody biomass
Plant cell wall modification
Case studies / Pilot plants
Pre-treatment and transformation of lignocellulosics
Thermochemical transformations of biomass
Valorisation of biomass waste streams
Other related Research
Post Graduate students and other researchers from 3rd level & public bodies
Full time academic and public sector researcher
Part time applied research funded under local, national and international research programs
Irish SME’s participating in applied research with a third level college.
Other subject to judge’s discretion
Overview description of aims of research
Research aims & methods
Key outcomes and insights of research including how outcomes can be used to improve Irish agriculture.
Where people can find out more. Please use QR codes and / or short links such that people can access easily.
Three keywords for poster (ideally citing the agricultural area of relevance)
Funding body, research body, relevant partners.
1st Prize = €400, 2nd Prize =€250, 3rd Prize = €100. The 30 posters will be exhibited in the central exhibition space in the catering area of Energy in Agriculture which will be seen by at least 2000 people. Presentation at the opening ceremony of Energy in Agriculture by Dr Gerry Boyle, Director of Teagasc. A4 Posters will be made available on the EIA website.
The poster should be sent in electronic format A4 PDF to firstname.lastname@example.org marked EIA poster competition by 30th June 2017. The judges will evaluate the entries over the month of July and the entrants will be notified by the 1st of August. The hard copy, once selected, in A1 portrait format should be sent by Thursday 10th August 2017 to Tipperary Energy Agency, Erasmus Smith House, Church Street, Cahir, Co. Tipperary.
1. A three judge panel with expertise in energy and agriculture will be formed.
2. Judges will review each research poster under the following four equal headings:
3. Relevance to Irish Agriculture and sustainable energy
4. Impact to Ireland’s climate change mitigation targets
5. Economic impact to Irish Agricultural and energy competitiveness.
7. Judges will review posters electronically, so high resolution images are required.
8. Judges decision is final.
9. Any canvassing is strictly prohibited and will result in disqualification.
The submission deadline is June 31st 2017
Submission guidelines are available
We are delighted to announce the launch of Energy in Agriculture 2017 on 22nd August. Now in its second year, we will have a brand new line up of talks and demos from sustainable energy experts. Due to the high demand last year, there will be one large exhibition area within the college to accommodate more stands, plus plenty of outdoor spaces.
New for this year will be the introduction of an energy clinic. You can book a one to one consultation with an energy expert to discuss your energy project in detail. This advisory service is free and can be booked in advance through our website.
Come along and see what opportunities are available to you. If you are interested in attending this free event, please register your interest here. And don’t forget to follow us on Facebook & Twitter to keep up to date with the latest news. We look forward to seeing you there!