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12 January 2012 09:14:33 |LAMMA,News

ADAS exhibiting at the LAMMA Event in January


ADAS will be attending the LAMMA exhibition on 18th and 19th January 2012 and will be accompanied by solar PV partners, Energi Installations.
LAMMA 2012 will take place at the Newark and Nottinghamshire Showground, Winthorpe, Newark, Nottinghamshire. LAMMA is a leading farm machinery equipment and services show which attracts exhibitors and visitors from both the UK and overseas.
ADAS will be showcasing its interactive screening tool for assessing how suitable land is for wind developments and ADAS experts will be on hand to help assess individual sites.
ADAS and Energi experts will be available to offer advice and information on a range of renewable technologies including Solar PV and wind energy.
ADAS develops single wind turbines projects for farmers through our development company REsolved Renewables, which offers a zero investment option for landowners.
Visit ADAS in Hall 8, Stand 837 for further details, an informal chat or just to see what renewables can do for you.
For more information please contact Helen Wyman on 0113 232 1631 or email helen.wyman@adas.co.uk, alternatively visit www.re-solved.co.uk to register your farm or land for a free screening.

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