Power Outages in Southwest Kansas Spark Farmergy Inc. to Host Renewable Energy Meeting in Garden City, Kansas, January 25th

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Ice storms and power outages in Southwest Kansas drive farmers to look for alternative energy sources from solar and wind. Farmergy Inc. and Resource Utilization LLC are holding a Town Hall meeting for all farmers to come and hear and discuss issues around energy independence. Farmergy will have engineers and product demos to view. This is a great opportunity to become energy independent. To sign up for free go to http://www.farmergy.com. Farmergy will have grant experts on hand to discuss what incentives are available for the Kansas area.

Town Hall Meeting on Renewable Energy for Farmers; clean energy solutions for today's livestock producers. Sponsored by Farmergy Inc. Cosponsored by Resource Utilization LLC.

If reducing a farm or ranch's dependence on costly traditional energy sources is a priority, this meeting is for you. Farmergy, based in St. Louis, Missouri, is a company that offers a broad range of clean energy solutions -- from livestock watering to powering out buildings -- to the agricultural industry. This town hall meeting will take place in Garden City, Kansas, at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, January 25th in the South Ballroom at the Plaza Inn Hotel. A light sandwich supper will be served.

Come learn about wind power for your local farm, with our exclusive partner, Southwest Wind Power, who manufactures the 1.8kw Skystream wind turbine. Attendees will get the opportunity to hear about solar powered water pumping systems for remote watering, and thermal insulated water holding tanks that reduce the risk of freezing drinking water for livestock.

Farmergy believes that one of the biggest hurdles to getting a clean energy product on a farm is finding and applying for grants and tax credits. Farmergy will have a grant specialist and detailed information on site in Garden City during the meeting.

An RSVP would be appreciated. Attendees can confirm their attendance by registering at http://www.Farmergy.com or by calling Sally Shane at 314-746-1925.


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