Wind turbines for farmers in the UK help to supplement their income

Wind turbines for farmers in the UK help to supplement their income

wind turbines for farmers

In the UK, there have been many installed small-medium wind turbines for farmers to supplement their existing agricultural income. In addition to reaping the benefits of feed-in-tariffs, they can also use the electricity to run their farming equipment.
Michael Manners, a farmer near Darlington, is hosting a free event on Tuesday May 6th, where other farmers and land owners can learn more about wind energy. The event sponsor is Earthmill, who are “specialists in the supply, installation and maintenance of wind turbines for agriculture across the UK” and who have installed many small-medium wind turbines for farmers all over Britain.
Managing Director of Earthmill, Steve Milner, said “We have had a lot of requests from farmers in the North-East wanting to see one of our new turbines in action and this open day allows famers to talk to each other and share their views and experiences.”
“The financial benefits of wind turbines for farms are becoming more widely known.”
“Farmers and landowners can effectively future-proof their electricity costs by becoming a green energy generator, crucial when energy bills are rising, and an increasing number of farmers are turning to turbines as an additional source of much needed farm revenue.”
If you live near Coniscliffe Grange and would like to attend the event, please call 01937-581011 for directions and to book your spot!

Posted By Sally on May 1, 2014 | 0 Comment

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