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QFF Urges Farmers To Join Ergon Trial

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QFF president Stuart Armitage (Photo: Cotton Australia)

April 21, 2017

The Queensland Farmers Federation (QFF) is encouraging farmers to sign up quickly for Ergon Energy’s Agricultural Tariff Trial.

Registrations close on May 2.

The aim of the trial is to encourage farmers to get a better understanding of their electricity usage and to save money on their electricity bills.

It will give up to 200 farmers the chance to test off-peak and demand-based electricity tariffs under the Regional Business Support Package.

QFF president Stuart Armitage said the QFF, Canegrowers and Cotton Australia have been involved in planning and promoting the trial.

QFF is working with Ergon Energy, who is administering the trial, to ensure it remains relevant to users currently in a drought-declared area and accessing drought assistance.

For more details, visit the Ergon Energy website

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