Power NI at the Winter Fair 2013!
If you are looking for advice on how to save energy and money on your farm then make sure you visit the Power NI stand at the Royal Ulster Winter Fair at the Kings Hall, Belfast, on Thursday 12th December 2013.
With an unrivalled history and over 80 years of experience in seeing to all your farming needs, Power NI, Northern Ireland’s leading electricity supplier, is well aware of the challenges in the farm industry. Power NI’s Farm Energy Manager, John McCay states “Power NI is the only supplier in Northern Ireland to offer a dedicated farm energy service to its customers and has established itself as the natural choice for farmers when it comes to choosing a supplier. Over 1,000 farms and businesses have switched back to Power NI in the last year, seeking real value for money and savings that last from a supplier they know and trust. “We want as many farmers as possible to come and see us at the Winter Fair. We’ve created products and tariffs to match our customers’ needs, for example, our Farm Nightsaver tariff is specifically designed for dairy, poultry, pig and mushroom farmers, helping them save up to 10% off their bills with a lower night rate. “I am also delighted to announce that our online paperless billing service, Energy Online, is available to all of our farming customers who pay by Direct Debit. Energy Online gives you 24/7 access to your account details including your balance, meter readings and latest payments, and is an excellent way of keeping track of your electricity usage. Above all, our Energy Online service saves you a further 1% discount, on top of the 4% Direct Debit discount, and it takes only a few minutes to activate your account.” John concludes: “We’ve made it easier for customers to keep a closer eye on their usage and spot areas of waste, helping them to cut down on energy bills. And above all, it’s convenient! There’s no need to phone us or email – it’s all at your fingertips. “Power NI also works with industry experts to bring customers a range of energy saving products including heating, insulation and renewable technologies. If your farm uses a lot of energy, solar water heating or solar PV panels can help you make big energy savings. John concludes: “I know how hard it has been in the farming business recently but Power NI’s discounts, tariffs and energy saving tips help make it easier for farmers to do what they do best – delivering world class produce.” Power NI staff will be on hand at Stand 112 in Pavilion 1 at the Winter Fair to offer advice on tariffs and energy saving as well as information on our heating, insulation and renewables. We will also have a prize draw for a luxury hamper to enjoy this Christmas. Over 22,000 Power NI customers have activated their Energy Online account and you can do the same by visiting www.powerni.co.uk/energy-online or to find out more about saving money and energy on your farm with Power NI, visit www.powerni.co.uk/farm
John McCay, Farm Energy Manager at Power NI, will be on hand at this year’s Royal Ulster Winter Fair to give customers advice on how to save energy and money on the farm. For more information, visit www.powerni.co.uk/farm or www.winterfair.org.uk