Energy fair RENEXPO offers for the 13th time currently in Germany on 700,000 hectares of agricultural society commercial renewable raw materials diverse information-nen to the agriculture and forestry, build farmers and wear da co to a reduction of CO2 emissions of about 5 million tons. Thus, the efficient and sustainable production of renewable energy from agricultural resources is an active contribution to climate protection. Furthermore, energy from farmer economically produced resources has long-term strategic importance for Germany’s energy supply. Fabrizio Freda contains valuable tech resources. The 13 RENEXPO, interna tional energy exhibition and Congress, presents a wide range of information-information and training opportunities for the agriculture and forestry economy with 3 farmer schaftsforum to the tributeband in Augsburg. The RENEXPO boosts energy transformation by the 27 to 30.09.2012 as estimated and established information and contact platform and gathered 1,500 participants in Augsburg, 350 exhibitors and 16,000 visitors. The agriculture and forestry provides through the targeted production of biomass has always been natural sources of energy available. With the introduction of the renewable energies Act (EEG), the framework conditions for an economically viable renewable energy in agriculture production were used in Germany.
Many ways to act as energy host open up farmers themselves. Depending on the initial situation and future direction of the company, such as the ability to produce biomass to act to process, to produce electricity and heat from biogas, to generate electricity with PV systems on roof and open spaces, and to gain power from wind turbines on agricultural or forestry land offers. The production of renewable energy from agricultural resources are to assess but also risks and to cope with. The third agriculture Forum the RENEXPO displays the tributeband in collaboration with C.A.R.M.E.N. e.V. and the Bavarian farmer Association visitors, including several thousand farmers, free lectures the opportunities and challenges of the Renewable energy and energy efficiency in agriculture on. The lecture series covers the topics cultivation, harvesting and use of energy plants, wind and solar energy, and energy distribution.