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Win a SOLiC 200 immersion controller worth £210

Posted by Gilly Jones on 13 August 2014 at 9:02 am

This competition is now closed. Winner to be announced shortly.

YouGen has teamed up with Earthwise Products to give away a SOLiC 200 immersion controller worth  £210. To thank you for signing up to our monthly newsletter or for liking our Facebook page before the end of August 2014, we will enter you into the draw to win.

The SOLiC 200 uses the excess energy from your solar PV panels to heat your water using your immersion heater. Engineered by serial inventor Frank Decmar, it came into production following a chance meeting with entrepreneur Ian McRitchie one Saturday morning while their children were having swimming lessons.

You can read YouGen energy expert Chris Rudge review of the SOLiC 200 by clicking here.

How to enter

To be in with a chance of winning a SOLiC 200 immersion controller, simply sign up to our newsletter, or Like us on Facebook  - or both! – before the end of August 2014 and you will automatically be entered into the draw.

To increase your chances of winning and gain an additional entry into the draw please share our competition with your Facebook friends, and don’t forget to mention us on Twitter.

Competition rules

Competition ends 31 August 2014 at midnight and is open to UK residents only. The winner will be picked at random and we’ll despatch your prize within 10 working days after the competition closing date. There is no cash alternative. Winners will be notified and then announced on the blog and on our Facebook page in September. 

But if you can’t wait to get your hands on one, then get in touch with Earthwise Product on 01235 818122 or emailing sales@earthwiseproducts.co.uk. The SOLiC 200 includes a 10 year return-to-base guarantee and can be used not only with solar PV panels, but off grid with other micro generation’s systems.

Thank you for entering and good luck from YouGen!

More on YouGen

YouGen guide to solar electrcity

More from the blog

Review of the Solic 200 Immersion Controller

The benefits of using solar PV to power your immersion

How to use excess solar electricity for water heating

If you have a question about anything in the above blog, please ask it in the comments section below.

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