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Mypower are exhibiting at the Gloucestershire Root, Fruit & Grain Society's Tillage Event 2015

Mypower will be exhibiting at the Gloucestershire Root, Fruit & Grain Society's Tillage event.

Mypower will join the likes of Mole Valley Farmers and Hartpury College at the event and it will be a chance to showcase what we have to offer.

Many farmers in the south have already installed solar PV at their farms, thanks to Mypower and found the results to be fruitful. These customers are protecting their business in the long run as a large proportion of their electricity use will be immune to energy price hikes. Typically the investment in solar will be paid back in 5 to 7 years and the overall return on investment is approximately 15%. One of Mypower's customers is a Cornish potato farmer who is reaping these rewards with a total yearly income of £23,740 thanks to solar PV; read more on that here.

Mypower's experts will be on hand to explain how the solar PV installation process works and to answer any questions you may have. On show will be a display of REC panels, which we believe to be the best value solar panels on the market. We will also have examples of our metal and fibre cement roof fixings. Our team will also show you an array of case studies that we have on our customers. Pop by and see our friendly team, you have nothing to lose by talking to us!

The Tillage Event provides those within the farming industry with a broad demonstration of the latest equipment and products being used in the industry today.

The event takes place on September 8th 2015 in Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire and will run from 9am through to 5pm. Head over to the Gloucestershire Root, Fruit & Grain Society's Facebook page for more information.

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