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‘No outlay’ solar energy offer will be outlined

​Narrabri businesses and farmers tomorrow can learn about a program whereby they can reap the benefits of solar energy without any financial outlay, according to a solar energy company.

‘No outlay’ solar energy offer will be outlined

ABOVE: Lindsay Young and Urth Energy CEO Mark Marjoribanks at AgQuip

Buoyed by major uptake of their “Urth Saver” in Sydney and regional centres, Urth Energy is now intent on taking the “Urth Saver”solar program to the rural sector, says spokesman, former Narrabri resident Lindsay Young.

Lindsay and Urth Energy CEO Mark Marjoribanks will host an information session for interested businesspeople and farmers in Narrabri tomorrow, Wednesday, at Narrabri Bowling Club.

“We have installed the “Urth Saver” over a diverse cross-section of commercial, retail and industrial clients across NSW” said Lindsay.

“Our operation is already expanding into Victoria and Queensland and we are simultaneously launching into western NSW spearheaded by a recent massive response at Agquip.

“Farmers and town businesses can all benefit.

“We supply and install solar free to the premises.

“We retain ownership of the system and maintain the system. We sell the solar power back to the business at a discounted rate.

“The business saves money. There is no requirement to change present power providers.

“Leased premises can also avail themselves of “Urth Saver” as we will negotiate a parallel agreement with the landlord.

“There is no capital outlay involved” said Lindsay.

“The reduced solar power price is locked in long term and so the business operator can budget with surety their annual expenditures for power.

“We are confident business operations in Narrabri and surrounding districts will quickly appreciate what the “Urth Saver” can offer them.

“After the interest shown at Agquip we know many in the farming community are also keen to adopt our system.

“We invite everyone to attend our free information session at Narrabri Bowling Club on Wednesday September 23 from 6.30-8pm.”