How to design a sustainable greenhouse in Middle Eastern and North African climate

Food security is currently one of the main goals in the Middle East and North Africa. They strive to become self-sufficient. These countries often face harsh conditions, with hot and dry or hot and wet climates. The main issue there isn't how to heat the greenhouse, but how to cool and dehumidify it. 

With today's technological progress, vegetables can be grown in greenhouses in these climates. Hortinergy helps with designing your greenhouse project online, all over the MENA countries. 

With the Hortinergy software, you can simulate the inner climate and the input consumption (energy, water) of your greenhouse project with specific features like:

  • Semi-closed greenhouse
  • Closed greenhouse
  • Pad and fan
  • Fog
  • Dehumidifier
  • Assimilation lighting
  • Screens management

At the end of the simulation, you get reports and an analysis with detailed graphics like:

  • Inner climate
  • Energy consumption
  • Return of investment

Then you can compare all the scenarios to find the best configuration for your situation. 

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