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Taking Self-Contained Solar Electricity To Farms

We hear plenty about the growing popularity of commercial and residential solar energy, but we hear too little about its role in farms. Dolf Ivener, founder of Sioux City, Iowa-based Hog Power Energy, is now plenty busy marketing his company’s Self-Contained Solar Generator (SCSG) to hog farmers. Ivener, a fifth-generation Iowa resident and farmer. says [&hellip Taking Self-Contained Solar Electricity To Farms was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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