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Farmergy and AgWeb Partner in Renewable Energy Knowledge Center


Farmergy, a new energy solutions company for agriculture, has partnered with Farm Journal Inc, to offer farmers, ranchers and rural homeowners comprehensive news and information devoted to agriculture energy issues in the form of the Renewable Energy Knowledge Center on AgWeb.com.

"There are so many exciting changes occurring in the field of alternative energy," says Mark Green, chief executive officer and co-founder of Farmergy. "We are proud to sponsor the Renewable Energy Knowledge Center on AgWeb.com to showcase the innovation occurring with alternative energy and agriculture. From harnessing renewable energy sources like solar to taking advantage of carbon credits, there is a lot going on."

Visitors to the site will find the latest news about renewable energy sources, case studies outlining recently installed projects and new product highlights in the form of Renewable Energy Solutions.

For those ready to take action and find solutions that pertain to their own farming operation or rural property, the Renewable Energy Knowledge Center contains a variety of tools to help simplify research and evaluate your needs. Check out the "Energy ROI Calculator" to see how long it would take an investment into alternative energy systems to make a return. And, calculate the energy saving over the life of the system.

Visitors also can "ask an expert" by simply typing in their question and getting a response from an experienced energy consultant via e-mail. Ready for more a more in-depth conversation? You can fill in your basic information and a Farmergy Energy Consultant will contact you for a free 15-minute consultation.





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