Aug 5, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger
It's surprising enough finding a fish farm in Thermal, down a dusty road off State Route 86 South, with more traditional east valley farms nearby.
"In addition to Aqua Farming, the company has installed a 280-kilowatt system at Prime Time, a pepper and vegetable grower, and has upcoming projects on three other farms in the region, said Mehmet Cercioglu, director of business development."
Getting a handle on re-occuring costs such as energy useage will free money for other aspects of the business. Like new equipment, buying land for future expansion and hiring more people to run the operation. Farmers have typically been very conservative in their business dealings. If solar PV looks good to them, the rest of society needs to wake up and take a good look at their energy usage.
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