A successful harvest relies on sunshine and rain fall. In the event of reduced rain fall, crops must be irrigated to encourage proper growth. Powering an irrigation system, along with other machines and daily electrical output can cost a farmer into/over six figures every year.

Harvesting the free, daily power of the sun and installing a solar system will significantly reduce the annual output to a farmer’s electrical provider, without the fear and anxiety associated with large scale energy bills.

Solar farm

Whether you are pumping water to your crops on a daily basis, lighting and/or heating a barn, shearing sheep or simply drying crops , installing a array of solar panels on your agricultural property there is no down side to putting the sun to work for you and your farm.

In addition to having your crops and animals [?] directly benefit from the power of the sun, if you have the space, there is alos the option of adding a new crop item to your roster, photons. Adding a Solar Farm, that could potentially generate millions of kilowatts to on sell, is another way to make money off of your land.

A solar farm, alos known as a photovoltaic [PV] power station, differs from the widely known roof mounted solar panel arrays because they are created specifically to create and supply power at the utility level, instead of simply for a localised user. These are mostly owned and operated by a single, independant user, although the creation and use of community based solar farms is on the rise.

Additionally, the recent introduction of the storage battery will also help in reducing your outgoing costs while leveraging off the daily power sourced by the sun, which will be stored to cover your evening electrical needs.

Whatever your farming needs are, getting 3 free solar proposals make sense for your farming future, your piece of mind and your wallet.

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