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What does REFA stand for?

REFA stands for Renewable Energy from Agriculture (Stockton-on-Tees, England, UK)

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In addition to traditional crops and livestock, he is growing 15 hectares of willow trees at Cote Nook Farm in Sedgefield and he is a director of the farmer-controlled Renewable Energy from Agriculture group, which contracts farmers to grow biomass for Teesside's Wilton 10 power station.
Robin Twizell of Renewable Energy From Agriculture, which works with farmers and energy companies, said: "This is good news for farmers because it's a new market for another crop they can grow.
Now a series of meetings has been arranged in conjunction with One NorthEast, Renewable Energy from Agriculture (REFA) and the Renewable Energy Growers (REG) group aimed at encouraging farmers to form producer groups to grow the near 20,000 acres of SRC that will be needed to meet the demand.
To find out more, contact Renewable Energy Growers on (01777) 248684 or Renewable Energy from Agriculture on (01740) 623300.