EHP Technologies launches greenhouse heating systems

EHP Technologies has launched its greenhouse heating systems. According to the CEO of EHP Technologies, Mr. Anıl Çil, the idea behind the development and launch of the EHP Heating Systems was motivated by the need to ensure a healthy and clean environment devoid of the harmful of global warming.

A Cornell University report revealed that coal, gas, and petroleum were the most used energy source for greenhouse heating. This is the major reason why the EHP team developed an environmentally friendly greenhouse heating system where users can connect up to 100 renewable energy sources.

Overview of the Greenhouse Heating systems
EHP Technology heating system is designed to function by circulating very little water in the system, unlike its conventional equivalents that rely on huge amounts of water. The EHP greenhouse heating system can keep the internal temperature of the greenhouse at a much-desired range, hence ensuring a homogenous temperature is maintained all over the greenhouse.

With the greenhouse heating systems developed using up to 100 percent renewable energy sources, coal, gas, and petroleum will no longer be required. Additionally, by having a controlled temperature of the greenhouse, the efficiency of the product will be greatly improved. According to the team, by deploying EHP-powered products like the EHP heating system, users can save a combined 16,357,885.08 kWh annually. These products are also projected to save 392.589,24 kg of CO2 emissions annually. This will undoubtedly go a long way to curbing the harmful carbon emissions and the corresponding harmful impact of global warming.

Mr. Anıl Çil also highlighted that this product, like other EHP products, does not have a designated lifespan. According to him, the products will continue to work provided they are not damaged and are not emptied.

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