Family-run civil engineering company Jones Bros will promote the benefits of renewable energy projects in boosting employment when it exhibits at the 2012 Royal Welsh Show.
The Ruthin-based company can be found in the Green Pavilion, where companies associated with green industries will be located to promote their work.
Jones Bros, situated at Stand 16, will be showcasing several of its recent wind farm projects in Scotland, which have succeeded in providing an economic boost to the surrounding areas.
The company has proved so successful in winning work in Scotland that it recently opened its second office north of the border in Inverness. The new office was officially opened by Scottish Energy Minister Fergus Ewing in June.
Ruth Jones, commercial manager of Jones Bros, said: "We are delighted to be taking part in the Royal Welsh Show and will be seizing the opportunity to promote the many positive aspects of renewable energy projects. We will be highlighting how such schemes can create jobs and help to provide a much-needed boost to the local economies where they occur.
"We also hope to demonstrate that the expertise for such projects exists in Wales within companies such as Jones Bros."
The Royal Welsh Show takes place between 23-26 July at Llanelwedd, near Builth Wells. With more than 200,000 visitors expected, it is described as the best-attended agricultural event of its kind in Europe.
Jones Bros has recently enjoyed expansion, a major factor in the company's decision to move its head office from its current premises in Denbigh Road, Ruthin, to nearby Trem Clwyd at Canol y Dref later this year.
It has also recently opened new offices in Swansea and Oxfordshire and continues to recruit apprentices at regular intervals.
Founded in the 1950s and employing more than 300 people, the company has grown steadily in the last decade. It is currently working on contracts in various sectors including the construction of waste management facilities, highways, flood and marine defence and energy projects including renewables around the UK.