A free farm energy forum will explore practical ways to save money and let those attending see what may be coming in the future.
The NSW Department of Primary Industries-run event will also shed some light on understanding electricity costs and how to manage them.
It will start with a look into the future, with Dr Neil Thompson presenting on hydrogen power.
Lee Stewart will then discuss the electricity grid setup, charges and ways to save money.
Nick Bullock will talk about practical uses and ways to save money with solar and new technology.
Dave O'Donnell will speak on irrigation, then there will be industry resources from Dairy Australia and NSW Farmers.
The forum will take place on Friday, June 21 running from 9.30am to 3pm in the Bega Valley Commemorative Civic Centre's Biamanga Room in Bega.
RSVP details for catering by June 18 to John O'Connor on 0412 359 084 or email@example.com.
Dr Thompson has undertaken award-winning research at QUT Australia and KIT Germany in his role as Adjunct Associate Professor with the Institute for Future Environments.
His work in the field of integrated hydrogen energy systems for mining and agribusiness has been regularly published in the USA and Europe leading to his recent appointment as managing director of ITM Power Pty Ltd for the APAC region.
Since then he has developed a number of local reference sites for ITM's rapid response PEM electrolysers across the mobility, industrial chemistry and power to gas sectors in partnership with key international clients.
Mr Stewart is a director of Ndver Environmental in Sydney, leading projects on energy efficiency, carbon accounting and climate change.
He has over 15 years' experience in consulting and corporate sustainability roles ranging from start-ups to a large multinationals such as Fujitsu.
He co-authored the SMARTer 2030 report that explored how technology available today can reduce Australian emissions by 26 per cent.
He delivers energy management training courses for NSW government agencies and is known for helping organisations evolve their sustainability practices from a compliance activity into one that can become a competitive advantage and market differentiator.
Prior to joining Ndevr Environmental, Mr Stewart was the head of sustainability for Fujitsu Oceania and was also a member of the Global Sustainability Leadership.