Save energy and money by visiting Power NI at the Balmoral Show!

Friday, May 09, 2014

Power NI staff were on hand at the Balmoral Show to offer advice on tariffs and contracts, heating and insulation, as well as information on installing renewable equipment such as solar PV.

If you are looking for advice on how to save energy and money at home or on your farm then make sure you visit the Power NI stand at the Balmoral Show from Wednesday 14th to Friday 16th May 2014 at The Maze, Lisburn.

Power NI, Northern Ireland’s leading energy supplier, powers around 600,000 homes, farms and businesses across the province. With an unrivalled history and over 80 years of supplying electricity here, Power NI is well aware of the challenges in the farm industry.

Power NI’s Farm Energy Manager, John McCay says farmers know a bright idea when they see one. John said: “We are the only supplier in Northern Ireland to offer a dedicated farm energy service to our customers and we have established ourselves as the natural choice for farmers when it comes to choosing a supplier. Over 1,500 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’re committed to the farming community and have created products and tariffs to match our customers’ needs. Our Farm Nightsaver tariff is specifically designed for dairy, poultry, pig and mushroom farmers, helping them save up to 10% on their bills, delivering around £1.25 million in savings to the farm sector over the past year.

“Farms can save a further 4% paying by Direct Debit and an extra 1% discount with our online billing service, Energy Online. And it’s not just small farms we cater for, our larger users can also benefit from personalised contracts, loyalty discounts and key account management.”

Power NI staff will be on hand at the Balmoral Show to offer advice on tariffs and contracts, heating and insulation, as well as information on installing renewable equipment such as solar PV.

John continues: “The Power NI brand is your guarantee of competitive prices, quality products and the highest standards of customer service. We’re more than just an electricity supplier and can offer customers the same peace of mind when it comes to choosing an installer for energy saving equipment, such as solar PV and solar water heating. Our ‘one stop shop’ approach means we can look after everything from the initial technical survey right through to the installation and commissioning of your system.”

John concludes: “Power NI’s discounts, tariffs and energy saving advice help make it easier for farmers to do what they do best – delivering world class produce. We will be located at Stand B7 near the Food Pavilion and we want as many farmers as possible to come and visit us.” To find out more about saving money and energy on your farm with Power NI, visit www.powerni.co.uk/farm

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