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Solagri Energy seeks $4m to bring solar to dairy farms

Hooking up farmers would improve grid capacity and energy reliability.

A solar energy startup is seeking $4 million to help fund its plans to connect 1500 dairy farms to the national grid over the next five years.

Canterbury-based Solagri Energy has a pilot system using solar panels and batteries to power a dairy shed outside Rangiora. Managing director Peter

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Daniel Riordan Thu, 09 Sep 2021
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