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Salgenx launches grid scale sustainable fresh food production system

Salgenx state-of-the-art Grid Scale Food Production System is set to transform the agricultural industry. (Image source: Salgenx)

Innovative energy and agricultural solutions leader, Salgenx recently announced the debut of its state-of-the-art Grid Scale Sustainable Food Production System with Saltwater Battery Technology, aimed at transforming the agriculture industry by combining solar power, advanced lighting, and efficient water management with the revolutionary use of saltwater batteries, to dramatically increase the sustainability and productivity of farming operations

The Salgenx Grid Scale Sustainable Food Production System with Saltwater Battery Technology is a modular holistic approach designed to address the critical need for sustainable food production in the face of a rapidly growing global population. Leveraging the latest in bifacial solar technology, sophisticated grow lighting, and thermal energy storage through saltwater batteries, the system guarantees the perfect growing conditions for a wide array of crops such as tomatoes, peppers, lettuce, among others, irrespective of external weather challenges.

Emphasising on renewable energy, water conservation, and innovative saltwater battery technology makes the Salgenx system a key player in the fight against climate change and global water crisis. Moreover, the system is designed to be adaptable and scalable, thus making it ideal for a diverse range of agricultural environments, from community-based farms to expansive agricultural enterprises. 

"At Salgenx, our mission is to pioneer solutions that will lead to a greener, more sustainable agricultural future," stated CEO of Salgenx, Greg Giese. "The Grid Scale Sustainable Food Production System embodies our commitment to innovation, offering a pathway to significantly more efficient and environmentally friendly farming practices. We are excited to empower farmers across the globe to meet the burgeoning demand for food through sustainable methods." 

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