et-sun© NEWS

 

January 9-11, 2024

Landscape Ontario Congress

 

 

World Dairy Expo October 1-6, 2023

exhibited 3 different models of our e-Tractors and the

et-sun SolarTrailer© as an independent power station

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September 19. – 23. 2023

International Plowing Match & Rural Expo

Bowling Green, Ontario, Canada

 

 

Aug 08./10, 2023

 

Against a backdrop of commercial necessity, global climate concerns and new emissions legislation, et-sun is introducing the Knegt brand of electric tractor onto the next rung of this evolutionary ladder.

 

Imagine no oil changes, no exhaust, no gas or diesel motor issues.

 

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February 7, 2023

 

Shedding new light on Agrivoltaics

 

By Tamara Scully for Country Folks

 

Solar energy arrays on farmland no longer means that the land will be taken out of production as large ground-mounted panels take up valuable farmland, disturb soils… read the article here:

 

https://countryfolks.com/shedding-new-light-on-agrivoltaics/

 

Country Folks is a weekly publication serving the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic agriculture industries. The coverage area reaches from Maine to North Carolina with four regional editions. The key market focuses include dairy, beef, crops, small ruminants, etc. Editorial content revolves around production, animal health, industry events, trade shows, auctions, etc.

 

Our new SolarFence© System at the Sarasota County Fair March 18 - 27, 2022

 

Amazed and excited visitors from almost all States in the USA and other Countries. Farmers, Home and Business Owners, Church Leaders, Solar Installers recognized immediately the benefits of our SolarFence© System.

November 12, 2021

CleanTechnica is the world’s #1 source for cleantech news and analysis. It entertains and informs approximately 6 million monthly global readers along with hundreds of thousands of social media followers. It is followed by some of the biggest names in the cleantech world on Twitter, where it enjoys tens of millions of monthly impressions.

 

one more places solar can go: Fences

 

by Jennifer Sensiba