Optimising Horticultural Energy Efficiency
In collaboration with Mopabloem, Bosman Van Zaal is delighted to have played a key role in advancing energy efficiency and sustainability in the horticultural sector. By delivering cutting-edge electrical and heating/cooling installations, we have significantly enhanced Mopabloem's capacity to maintain ideal growth conditions for their crops. This project marks another step towards a greener, more sustainable future in horticulture.
Mopabloem, a respected name in the horticultural industry, sought to optimise their energy consumption, reduce costs, and embrace environmentally-friendly practices. They faced the challenges of efficiently managing energy imbalance, which is a growing concern in the context of shifting energy landscapes, and harnessing the potential of solar energy to meet their operational needs.
Bosman Van Zaal undertook the following key initiatives:
- Electrical Installations: We upgraded Mopabloem's electrical infrastructure to enhance efficiency and reliability.
- Heating and Cooling Systems: Our team implemented state-of-the-art heating and cooling systems, ensuring that temperature control in the greenhouses is both precise and energy-efficient.
- Electric Boilers: We installed two electric boilers designed to address energy imbalance, and operating with solar panels. These boilers provide a versatile solution to manage energy fluctuations, acting as backups, additional power sources, and peak energy demand smoothers.