FarmGeeker Smart Energy Control System

Smart Energy Control System

In cold regions, addressing energy costs is a key factor in project profitability and sustainability.

Geeky New Farming Through years of accumulation of low-cost energy solutions such as photovoltaic, energy storage, ground source heat pump, etc., together with precise energy control system, we provide the most suitable energy solutions for our customers.

System Architecture Diagram

Auxiliary equipment and systems

Supporting Hardware And System

gas boiler

All boiler combustion producesCO2. willCO2collected and transported through a piping system to the greenhouse as plantCO2Gas Fertilizer.CO2The unit is mainly installed at the rear of the boiler. In order to be able to photosynthesize in the plant's toCO2Demand generatedCO2, we can start the boiler and deposit the heat into the temporary thermal storage buffer.

thermal storage tank

The configuration and management of thermal storage tanks is a necessary part of optimizing energy use, allowing for quick response to real-time heat demand and extending the life of the boiler. When the boiler is needed to produce carbon dioxide but not heat, the thermal buffer tank can store excess heat generated by the boiler for timely supply when needed; when the boiler temperature is too high, the thermal buffer tank can cut down the demand for boiler operation during peak heating periods without delaying the heat supply; and the configuration of the thermal buffer tank can be optionally set to store the heat ahead of time during cheap energy hours, saving costs.

combined heat and power (CHP)

Cogeneration (CHP) is a generator that produces both electrical and thermal energy in a single solar system. The heat generated by the cogeneration unit is stored in a thermal storage tank to provide the required heat for the greenhouse, while the combustion of the resultingCO2It can also be utilized by plant growth. The cogeneration unit also provides power to the regional grid, while leaving a small portion for lighting. If the crops/Plants do not need any additional light.

distributed photovoltaic (e.g. solar cell)

Distributed photovoltaic usually refers to the use of decentralized resources, the installation of small-scale, arranged in the vicinity of the customer power generation system, it is generally connected to the grid below 35 kV or lower voltage level. Distributed photovoltaic power plant refers to the use of photovoltaic modules, the direct conversion of solar energy into electricity distributed photovoltaic power plant system.

ground source heat pump

Adopting sub-surface geothermal heat to provide heating for greenhouses, the geothermal energy used in ground source heat pumps is very stable and environmentally friendly, and a single ground source heat pump can provide heat for multiple greenhouses, realizing the efficient use of non-biomass energy sources.

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