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Our sixth year at Moreton show

Mypower are very pleased to be sponsoring one of Gloucestershire’s biggest agricultural events, the Moreton in Marsh show on 1st September 2018. This will be our sixth year at the show which offers an action packed family day out from dancing diggers to terrier racing. With 350 trade stands there is something for everyone from country clothing to fabulous gifts and tasty food stalls. 

Mypower, who specialise in agricultural and commercial solar PV energy solutions will be ringside at stand 73 next to the Grand Arena. On display will be an array of solar PV panels and various fixing options allowing visitors to touch the panels and explore our selection of fixing systems which can make almost all roofs (or ground) suitable for solar PV. Most farms and business could benefit from Solar PV which can reduce your electricity cost by 50% to 70%.

A roof space of just 38m x 9m roof can accommodate a 50kW system, enough to generate around 49,000kWh of electricity every year. It offers approximately £6,500 savings in the first year and a 15.5% ROI with a 6.5 year pay back. 

Please do visit us on our stand but don’t hold off until then to ask for advise on how your farm or business can reduce its energy costs. In the meantime please contact us on 01242 820894 or info@mypoweruk.com

For more information on the event and to buy tickets visit www.moretonshow.co.uk 
 

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