People looking to compare energy prices of suppliers may be interested to hear that Smartest Energy will have a presence at the Royal Highland Show 2009, reports GreenWire.org.uk.
The company buys energy supplies from independent generators and will be at the show in Edinburgh between Thursday June 25th and Sunday June 28th to offer information on renewable energy to people considering setting up microgeneration facilities.
Installing wind turbines, biomass facilities or other forms of renewable energy can help landowners to produce additional revenue from their property as surplus supplies can be sold to the National Grid.
At the show, the company will be able to provide a systematic breakdown of all the benefits available to people considering establishing clean energy projects, as well as payback periods.
Scotland leads the UK in terms of clean energy generation, although the Scottish government has been criticised for refusing to consider nuclear redevelopment as a potential source of energy security alongside renewable projects.
The visual impact of onshore wind farm tends to make them less popular than their offshore counterparts.
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