Sep 3, 2021
Valley Irrigation delivers customized solar solutions for agriculture

Omaha, Nebraska-based Valley Irrigation announced Sept. 2 the expansion of its solar solutions into the United States.

“Solar energy is the key to maximizing efficiency and sustainability,”  Darren Siekman, vice president of water delivery and business development, said in a news release. “Solar solutions from Valley combine the most durable center pivots available with the most advanced solar solutions to provide power to them, efficiently converting sunlight to clean electric energy. And now this personalized service is expanding to select U.S. markets through the strength of our industry-best Valley Dealer network.”

Solar solutions and services from Valley include everything growers need to begin using solar for their agricultural operations: distributed generation of photovoltaic (PV) energy, converting light into electricity; engineered design and approval of detailed technical projects; and consulting on new PV installations focusing on agri-business. Plus, every solar installation from Valley offers remote monitoring capabilities through Valley 365.

Click on the link below to explore the product brochure, images and solar video to learn more.

http://media.valmont.com:8085/media_alert_-_solar_solutions/#/

Valley Irrigation, a Valmont company, has been a the leader in advancing agricultural productivity, from the first center pivots in 1954 to the precision ag technology of today.

Valmont is a global leader in creating vital infrastructure and advancing agricultural productivity to improve life. Learn more about Valley Irrigation at www.valleyirrigation.com and Valmont at www.valmont.com.




Current Issue

Grower innovations displayed in IFTA Summer Tour

Mark Longstroth, a ‘wealth of knowledge’ for Michigan blueberries, honored

Arkansas fruit breeder’s progeny grown throughout the world

Tech helps growers produce better blueberries

Tiny wasps could add to anti-SWD pest defense plans

Pest, disease controls keep Michigan blueberry growers busy

Farm Market column: What’s the difference between markup and profit?

Ag Labor Review: Will 2022 be remembered as the Year of Ag Labor Regulations?

see all current issue »

Be sure to check out our other specialty agriculture brands

produceprocessingsm Organic Grower