The Energy Alliance Group of North America has been selected to present its TotalGrow plant grow light technology at the 2014 Pacific Agriculture Innovation Summit and Showcase being held in Honolulu, Hawaii on Sept. 15-16.
Launched in partnership with the World Bank’s $55M Inclusive Innovation Project, the Pacific Agriculture Innovation Summit convenes business, technology and policy leaders to showcase the top global agriculture innovations addressing the impact of climate-change on the world’s agricultural community.
EAG CEO Scott Ringlein will attend the summit and introduce the TotalGrow technology to industry leaders.
“We are very pleased to take part in this summit and look forward to sharing and learning from other agriculture technology leaders from around the world,” Ringlein said. “The technology that we are introducing will have a tremendous impact on the industry and its approach to commercial plant growth.
EAG will be presenting in the summits Hydroponic Technologies Division on its TotalGrow lighting technology that delivers the optimal spectrum for plant growth and development.
Unlike current grow light technologies that were developed based on human lighting needs, TotalGrow lighting technology was inspired by plant biology and how plants actually absorb and use light. Using solid-state volumetric lighting and patented lens technology, this next generation of energy-efficient grow light technology blankets plants with a highly-uniform light in the wavelengths plants need most for quick and healthy growth.
“It is the ideal solution for commercial greenhouses, plant factories and hydroponic facilities globally,” Monhart said.
The Energy Alliance Group of North America, with offices in Ann Arbor and Grand Rapids Michigan, is an energy solutions company dedicated to reducing costs and improving profits through green technologies and services.
To learn more about the company, please visit Energy Alliance Group. To learn more about EAG’s grow light technology, please visit EAG’s TotalGrow page.
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