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A Source of Clean, Efficient and Reliable Energy | All Power To Hydro Power

Ever since man first used a waterwheel to break grain around two thousand years ago, water has been used as a source of clean, efficient and reliable energy. As early as the 1770s – and well before our Victorian forefathers had hydroelectricity figured out – water was powering spinning wheels in Lancashire cotton mills and the beginnings of the Industrial Revolution. It was the Victorian industrialist and inventor William Armstrong who first managed to generate electricity from falling water in 1878. Within just twenty years of his ground-breaking discovery hydropower had ‘boomed’ and there were hundreds of hydroelectricity plants in…
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Death and Taxes | Future Planning For Rural Estates

Death and Taxes | Future Planning For Rural Estates

Who has ‘battened down the hatches’ since Brexit with the unknown around the corner? With speculation that Article 50 will be triggered at the end of March 2017, now maybe the time to embrace the quieter period and plan for the future? It’s a common theme that farmers don’t like to talk about the unknown with the strong belief that ‘everything will work its way out’. With the prospect of Brexit and the potential risky financial market together with the budget announcements in March why not get ahead and start with the crucial family meeting? Future planning is absolutely essential…
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