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Mypower at Moreton Show 2019

Mypower are proudly exhibiting at the Moreton Show for the 8th consecutive year on the 7th September 2019. Since 2011 Mypower have been giving visitors to the show advice on how commercial solar panels can reduced their business energy costs by 60-70% and help tackle climate change.

You will find us on stand 74, opposite the Grand arena where we will be happy to advise you and your business on how solar panels can

  • Reduce your electricity price by around 65%
  • Achieve payback in 5 to 7 years
  • ROI of 14 – 18%
  • Prepare for electric vehicles

We return this year with sponsorship of the Supreme horse and pony class again. Temple Ogue, a six year-old bay gelding has taken the title for the last 2 years. This years judges are legendary racehorse trainer Kim Bailey and Lady Dulverton. Join us in the Dulverton ring to see who will take the title for 2019. 
Can’t wait until then? Give us a call on 01242 620894 or contact us

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