Early last year I noted here on our blog that "2020 is shaping up to see even MORE disruption in both the energy and water sectors, particularly in California." Boy, was that an understatement... Obviously, nobody could have predicted a global pandemic due to covid-19. Not to mention its ripple
Wexus partners Sweetsense and Swarm Technologies were featured in Swarm Technologies' recent blog post here. The post highlights the newest innovative and cutting-edge technologies pioneered by Wexus' IoT software platform, Sweetsense's low-cost, easy-to-deploy IoT hardware and sensors, and Swarm's
On-Bill Financing (OBF) is the best way to get energy efficient hardware, sensors and software for your farm or food processing operation.
UPDATE (8/7/2018): The CEC has extended the deadline to apply until September 14, 2018.
This post explains the basic principles of anaerobic digestion, including how this process works, how it generates energy, and how farms can use the energy generated.
Three hundred farms worth of water was lost when California increased the flow of the Oroville Dam to avoid a larger failure.
Farmers harvest the lowest-hanging fruit from their fields. Why not do the same for energy?
Saving $50,000 in energy costs could be equivalent to increasing crop yields by $1,000,000. But let’s face it: energy costs aren’t the first thing a grower thinks about when running their farm.