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Applications still open at ESB for farmers to export to the grid
Stephen Robb
The new ESB Networks mini-generation connection process was opened again in July for new applications .
23 August 2022 Diversification
Energy sold into grid must move with retail prices - MREF
Some energy providers have moved to pay farmers 14c/kWh for the surplus electricity generated on farms.
Always ask yourself: is it safe?
With farming activities in full swing, Michael Murray, public safety manager with ESB Networks, is asking farmers to remain vigilant around the farm.
Stay safe with electricity this summer
ESB public safety manager Michael Murray is asking all farming families to remain vigilant around the farm.
15 June 2022 Farm safety
Farm safely – stay safe by staying clear of overhead electricity wires
Michael Murray, ESB Networks public safety manager, has some vital advice for farmers and contractors ahead of the busy silage season.
Watch or listen: Farm Tech Talk - The Livestock Show
The sunshine is out, the silage is on the ground in fields all over the country and farmers are happy with prices
27 May 2022 News
Watch: Farm Tech Talk - good weather, good prices and the BPS application
With the good weather and good prices we talk about what is happening in the fields and what farmers need to do now.
13 May 2022 News
Farm safely: stay safe by staying clear of overhead electricity wires
ESB Networks public safety manager Michael Murray has some vital advice for farmers and contractors ahead of the busy silage season.
Solar PV – the lay of the land
Stephen Robb details what you need to know if you are considering solar PV for your farm.
20 April 2022 Renewables
Slow progress on farm renewable grid connections
Farm scale renewable electricity systems such as solar PV and wind turbines continue to remain out of reach for many farmers, as the grid connection process is still being developed.
6 April 2022 News