Last year we noted that the global energy industry is changing faster than ever before with new technologies, new business models, and new government policies and regulations. And based on last year's developments, 2020 is shaping up to see even MORE disruption in both the energy and water sectors,
Western Growers Association, an agricultural industry trade group based in California with over 30,000 members across the United States, recently featured a multi-year project conducted by Wexus Technologies in partnership with Rio Farms. The project was sponsored by the California Energy
Wexus Technologies pioneers energy and water management IoT software for the utility and agricultural industries. Mobile, cloud-based tools help California farmers manage energy and water usage from the office and from the field to save costs, save time and labor, and meet reporting and
The global energy industry is changing faster than ever before with new technologies, new business models, and new government policies and regulations. Much media attention is devoted to how these changes are affecting the residential and commercial sectors. But the same trends are hitting the
"Using Wexus, we've been able to compare surface and groundwater costs, and decide whether purchasing or pumping water on specific fields provides more savings for our business. We've also found the data export features hugely helpful for internal and external reporting, and are looking forward to
Village Capital features Wexus Technologies in their new industry report, which uses insights from their ag accelerator program to inform trends and innovations that drive sustainable agriculture.
“We have to recreate and innovate in order to be sustainable. The old ways that once worked do not work today. With Wexus we are able to select the changes that makes the difference for us which sets up the District for success on improving efficiency, water and costs savings.” - Gene Kilgore,