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Renewable energy solutions for agricultural and commercial users

Solar Power PV and Biomass Boilers

Mypower design, supply and install solar photovoltaic (PV) systems and biomass boilers which enable you to generate your own electricity and heat from sustainable systems.

We pride our work on the experience and excellence we bring to every customer we meet. We’re a small personable team offering high quality products at competitive rates. 85% of our business comes from referrals from our own customers and their recommendations.

We will take care of the entire process, from initial survey and feasibility studies through to commissioning. We deal with all of the paperwork which will connect your PV solar panel system to the grid and, in addition to the product warranties issued, we also provide a five year warranty on all our installations. 

Solar power solutions for agriculture
Solar power solutions for commercial organisations
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Mypower solutions to fit a range of agricultural environments
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Proven benefits for commercial organisations, from leisure to manufacturing.

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Effective and cost saving solutions for businesses

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The oil war has begun

Very shrewd analysis in City AM of the geopolitical games within games being played in the global oil market at the moment. The stakes are high for those at the table; the UK isn’t, having long ceased to be important other than as a place where oil wealth can be traded and safely parked. Consumers should enjoy the boost to disposable incomes
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Prepare for a long term fall in energy prices

A thought provoking blog from Nick Butler in today’s Pink ‘Un sets out a grim future for holders of shares in the oil majors. He is also one of the first to credit renewable energy with some of the credit/blame (delete as appropriate) for the decline in oil demand.
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