Free solar tips and chance to see Michael Eavis
VISITORS to The Sustainability Show in Taunton this June (2012) can get free advice on generating electricity for homes and businesses using solar panels while also rubbing shoulders with Michael Eavis.
Solar Systems from Ilminster will be attending the event on June 17 and the Glastonbury Festival founder and solar energy fan will also be a guest.
Phil Grabham, Managing Director of Solar Systems, which installs home and business panels, said: “We are delighted to have been invited to the show to chat to visitors about the benefits of solar panels especially in the current economic climate where people are looking for alternative, eco-friendly ways to power their homes and businesses.
“The event’s special guest this year will be Michael Eavis, founder of the Glastonbury Festival. Michael is well-known for his environmental interests and has fitted £600,000 of solar panels to the roof of his cowshed. He is aiming to make the Festival energy self-sufficient.”
Solar Systems is one of the first UK solar installation companies to be fully accredited to supply and fit domestic systems. The company has a wealth of experience working with manufacturers, suppliers and distributors.
Phil added: “It became obvious that when the Government announced their intentions to introduce an incentive payment scheme, demand for alternative energy would increase and I was keen to be involved with the industry.”
The Sustainability Show is on Sunday, June 17 from 10am until 4pm at the Queen’s College in Taunton. Entry and parking is free.
For further information, please call Solar Systems, which is located on Windmill Hill in Ashill, Ilminster, on 01823 481329, visit www.solarsystemslimited.co.uk, or follow the company on Twitter by visiting www.twitter.com/solarsystems1.