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VO4Home offers free breakfast seminars

Photovoltaic (PV) installers and electrical installers will be able to learn about a new innovative solution for the home that can help them make money with every installation at free breakfast seminars to be held at locations across the UK in May, June and July, by VO4Home.

VO4Home is a voltage optimisation system, which is designed for use in homes and small businesses. The solution optimises incoming voltage to a constant 220V, giving households immediate and significant energy savings of between 330lbs and 500lbs on CO2 emissions each year and £90 to £150 a year in electricity costs.

All installers will receive free training from VO4Home to ensure ease of installation as well as supporting sales and marketing literature for customers.

The first seminar is being at Reigate Hill Golf Club in Reigate, Surrey on Wednesday 25 May. This will be followed by an event on Wednesday 8 June at the Jesmond Dene Conference Centre in Newcastle. An event at the University of Wales Institute in Cardiff is taking place on Wednesday 22 June, followed by York Pavillion Hotel in York on Wednesday 6 July. The final breakfast meeting will take place in Norwich at the Ramada Jarvis on Wednesday 20 July.

All the meetings will take place from 8:30am and will include a free breakfast.

For further information visit: http://www.vo4home.com

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