We help Danish agriculturalists
– save energy, reduce the noise of ventilation, and improve lightings
Are you part of the agricultural sector and do you work with animals?
Then you must be aware of the huge energy costs, noise levels, and difficulties securing proper light in your day-to-day work life.
At Green Industry, we help others across your industry
- and would love to help you find the solutions best suited for your needs.
Should you choose to transition to our LED lights, you would stand to benefit in a variety of ways:
- Significant savings on your energy bill – a large proportion of clients save more than 60%
- Improvements in light quality compared to fluorescent lamps; we often reuse existing fixtures
- LED pipes that stay cool, meaning that you no longer have to clean up fly faeces with the same rigour required with traditional fluorescent lamps
- Quiet ventilation equipment that improves working and living conditions for employees as well as animals
- Energy-saving EC-motors that enable annual savings of up to 70% on your energy bill
How about we help you?
Get in touch with a member of our team for a noncommittal chat.
Avlscenter Trekanten take advantage of Green Industry Energy Deal
At Avlscenter Trekanten, it is of the utmost importants that the 2,100 pigs are kept under fully controllable conditions. Incorrect temperatures, amounts of food, and external bacteria can have catastrophical impacts on their welfare and the economy of the breeding centre. For that reason, owner Jørgen Skou prioritises light and ventilation:
“A fluorescent lamp is more than just a fluorescent lamp. Some of them produce electrical noise that goes unnoticed by us humans, but is picked up by the animals, who respond violently, in some cases even biting one another.
Green Industry’s LED lamps stand out from similar LED lamps in a variety of ways: the animals have no negative reaction to them, we no longer need to maintain and change our bulbs, and we save astronomically on energy; funds that we redirect to our Green Industry Energy Deal instead.”