The UFU has launched a new affinity agreement with TESC

TESC specializes in optimizing the value of renewable energy sources and will work with UFU through their new proximity agreement to help support the farming community.

TESC, founded in Northern Ireland in 2017 with the goal of providing customers with cheaper, smarter and greener electricity through renewable technologies and advanced data analytics, maximizes the value of each unit of electricity. As part of this deal, UFU members can take advantage of a free initial energy assessment and a 10% discount on battery-powered devices. With the purchase of any battery system, you will receive 12 months of TESC’s PARIS software free of charge.

UFU Deputy President John McLenagan said: “We are delighted to be teaming up with TESC, an organization that focuses on renewable energy sources such as solar panels, battery storage and advanced data analytics to optimize energy efficiency. I would encourage all members considering renewable energy technologies to look at the exclusive discounts available to them as part of the TESC agreement.”

TESC Director Anne Marie McGoldrick pictured with UFU Deputy President John McLenagan

Commenting on the proximity agreement, TESC Director Ann Marie McGoldrick said: “We know the farming community is under increasing pressure to reduce costs and reduce carbon emissions. Our customers are now seeing a significant impact in both areas, and best of all, they don’t have to lift a finger as our energy management software does all the hard work for them. We are delighted to be working with the Ulster Farmers Union to help ease the pressure on farmers’ pockets and the planet.”

For more information on the new affinity deal, contact TESC at, call us on 028 9590 2843 or visit the UFU website (membership tab). The UFU has launched a new affinity agreement with TESC

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