Heat, light and carbon dioxide (CO2) promote plant growth. Plants grow by converting CO2 to carbon through photosynthesis. Modern technology can provide you with heat, electricity and CO2 fertilization, increasing greenhouse's total efficiency, profitability and plant production.

Combined heat and power (CHP) systems not only provide electricity for onsite or public grid use, but also heat and CO2 to fertilize plants and meet the requirements of an efficient greenhouse. With increased artificial lighting, as present in greenhouses, plants absorb even more CO2. If the greenhouse atmosphere is enriched with CO2 , the temperature kept on constant level and sufficient lighting provided, plant growth and consequently the harvest yield can be increased significantly.

CO2 captured during power production helps increase crop production and at the same time emissions are ultra- low.