Earthmill has a large fleet of wind turbines and hundreds of happy customers. Our company values demand a high level of customer service and professionalism, and we only ever install wind turbines on sites which are financially viable for both the company and the customer.
Although we pride ourselves on the quality of our service and customer care, you don’t have to take our word for it! You can read about the experiences of some of our existing customers here:
Cornish farmer Nick sold his Endurance E-3120 turbine to Arena Capital Partners in March 2019. Talking to Earthmill Maintenance’s Oliver Leake, he reflects on how he found the process and how he feels now the turbine has been sold.
Mark & Steve Ullyott upgraded their small wind turbine to a 50kW E-3120 in 2014. Farfields Farm has a high power requirement due to their dual business of crop drying and pig finishing; the Ullyotts’ goal was to install a new turbine which could contribute a more substantial electricity yield towards powering their business.
Mr Sharp, of Tewitt Hall Farm, Oakworth, is a dairy farmer and the installation of his Endurance turbine, a E-3120 model, was completed at the end of November 2012. Tewitt Hall farm, located in the outreaches of Bradford, is surrounded by the stunning backdrop of the Brontës. Owing largely to the cultural value of the area, planning permission for the turbine took the Earthmill Team and Mr Sharp a year and a half to achieve.
The Saviles of Raven Hill Farm, kilham, Driffield, own two of the popular Endurance E-3120 50kW wind turbines. The The Saviles farm both arable and pastoral, with their turbines housed in fields currently used for crop production. The turbines stand on 24m metre towers with a swept area of 290m² each. Keen to diversify and keep their business as green as possible, they also have 20kW of solar panelling installed, as well as running a successful caravan park and holiday cottage business on the farm.
Wold Top Brewery at Hunmanby Grange is located on 600 acres of the Yorkshire Wolds, which has belonged to and been farmed by the Mellor family for generations. Their award winning ales are packed with features and ingredients sourced from the surrounding lands including the names of the brews, water from a borehole located only meters from the brewery and barley which is grown on the land and malted by the family. Even the power to run the brewery comes from the land, as in 2011 the Mellors of Wold Top Brewery became the first in Yorkshire to install an E-3120 wind turbine.