GE to Provide Its Jenbacher Gas Engine Greenhouse Technology and Asset Performance Management Solution to Belgium Horticulture Customer

With Belgium’s goal to transition to 100 percent renewables by 2050, there is a stronger focus on flexibility in the power market and an increased need for small distributed power plants. Helping to meet this need, GE’s Distributed Power (NYSE: GE) business today announced that it will provide three of its Jenbacher* gas engines and greenhouse balance of plant to Den Berk Délice’s greenhouses in Belgium.

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‘The Qlipr system and virus-free cultivation: a perfect combination!’

The Qlipr system developed by Pellikaan Gewasklemsystemen is extremely durable: the clamps and hooks will last for at least ten years. This is a major  advantage over plastic clips and ties. The Qlipr clamps and hooks can moreover be easily and eff ectively disinfected, say growers who use the system.

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Netled is a Finnish company, which develops and produces innovative technology for crop production

Netled has two business areas: 1) LED lighting solutions for greenhouses and 2) vertical farming technology for controlled environment agriculture. The company was founded in 2008 by a greenhouse company to advance research and development work towards finding energy efficient solutions for greenhouse lighting.

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Reimatex® - Made to shade!

As the first weaving mill – since more than 50 years – as the first weaving mill in Germany - REIMANN develops and produces high quality greenhouse curtains for horticulture made from synthetic fibres.

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Sercom increasingly prominent in international horticulture

Earlier this year,  Sercom Regeltechniek BV from Lisse, The Netherlands  introduced its latest development in the field of wireless communication between the central climate computer and its field stations. Fertiliser dosing units in  open field production are also part of this control.                                                                                          

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