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Bernard's contribution to the innovation of greenhouse horticulture.
For Bernard Hulshof, Oreon’s Chief Innovation Officer, it is essential to do something meaningful when it comes to important global issues. "Why improve on something that’s been around for a long time, like phones or flat screens,” he wonders, “when there is a much more urgent need for improvements in the area of sustainability?"
InGreenhouses: Report Gemüsebau Steiner
Gemüsebau Steiner has been cultivating tomatoes with Oreon's LED fixtures since 2020.
LED'S.TALK.BUSINESS. with Medisun
In our newsletter of May, Canadian cannabis grower Medisun Inc. fills us in on how business has been in Southern Ontario. As an ‘essential business’, they have been in full production throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.
LED'S.TALK.BUSINESS. with Brimmers
In our newsletter of May, German lettuce grower Brimmers Gartenbau gives us an insight on their innovative and sustainable lettuce cultivation techniques.
Organic Remedies installs full LED in phase 2
Several years ago, Toigo Farms, one of the largest organic tomato growers in North America at the time, teamed up with renowned pharmacists who saw the potential of medical marijuana early on. They shared the vision of providing a biological alternative to traditional pharmaceutical medicines. This is how Organic Remedies came into being in 2018. Organic Remedies is committed to producing affordable and high-quality medical marijuana products.
PRESS RELEASE: Strategic partnership between Oreon and EnerSavings Inc.
IJsselstein, 4 May 2021. Oreon and the Canadian company EnerSavings Inc. have come to an agreement for a strategic partnership. EnerSavings is a leader in customized lighting retrofits throughout Canada with presence in 7 provinces. As a lighting engineering firm, they continuously work on improvement and innovation. EnerSavings expertise in providing the most sustainable and energy saving solutions to its customers, fits perfectly with the sustainable water-cooling technology of Oreon’s LED grow lights.
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This is how Peter is trying to make the world a better, more sustainable place
What motivates Peter Barentsen, International Sales Manager at Oreon? What part is he playing in sustainability? How does he see the future of the greenhouse horticulture sector, and what role does he see himself playing in it? “I’d like to be able to contribute to this through my work.”
PRESS RELEASE: Oreon introduces the Dutch Powerhouse Embrace
IJSSELSTEIN, 16 February 2021. Oreon, the Dutch innovative developer and manufacturer of high-end LED grow lights for greenhouse horticulture, is introducing the first water cooled multi-layer LED fixture: Embrace. The Dutch Powerhouse Embrace is specially designed for vertical and indoor farming. In multi-layer cultivation heat and humidity are very important and Oreon offers a sustainable and efficient solution: an actively water cooled LED fixture for a stable growing climate and perfect light distribution.
FloralDaily: More light with a smaller fixture
The development of LED lighting for greenhouse horticulture is constantly developing. The Dutch Powerhouse Monarch from Oreon was introduced exactly one year ago at Fruit Logistica in Berlin with a light output of 3100 µmol/s.
Greenhouse Canada: Lighting and curtain technologies curb light pollution, stabilize greenhouse climate
Ontario greenhouse growers are facing a new, serious challenge: local light pollution bylaws, and the impact of these measures on their crops.
HortiDaily: Water cooled LED to cope with heat and humidity trapped under energy screens designed to limit light emission
Leamington follows the footsteps of Kingsville (Ontario, Canada) council for a bylaw on light pollution, ordering that light cannot cause a nuisance by shining on neighbouring properties or into the night sky. Because of this new Greenhouse Light Abatement Bylaw, growers must keep ceilings, sidewalls and end walls completely covered with curtains from one hour before sunset to one hour after sunrise. Ceiling curtains must be at least 90 percent closed between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m.