green energy in vegetable growing

Tomatoes II, 2011: In order to consume locally grown tomatoes in ... the U.K. or Germany, the tomatoes need to be produced in heated greenhouses. ... To produce in more sustainable ways and to keep the cost of energy low, the greenhouse above is heated by the waste heat from a nearby nuclear power station.
Tomatoes II, 2011: In order to consume locally grown tomatoes in … the U.K. or Germany, the tomatoes need to be produced in heated greenhouses. … To produce in more sustainable ways and to keep the cost of energy low, the greenhouse above is heated by the waste heat from a nearby nuclear power station.

growing art

This June 14, 2012 hand out picture shows an indoor lettuce farm of Spread company at its Kameoka factory in Kameoka city, Kyoto prefecture.  A Japanese firm said on February 1, 2016 it would open the world's first fully automated farm with robots handling almost every step of the process, from watering seedlings to harvesting crops. Kyoto-based Spread said the indoor grow house will start operating by the middle of 2017 and produce 30,000 heads of lettuce a day.   AFP PHOTO / HO / SPREAD RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / SPREAD" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS =
This June 14, 2012 hand out picture shows an indoor lettuce farm of Spread company at its Kameoka factory in Kameoka city, Kyoto prefecture. A Japanese firm said on February 1, 2016 it would open the world’s first fully automated farm with robots handling almost every step of the process, from watering seedlings to harvesting crops. Kyoto-based Spread said the indoor grow house will start operating by the middle of 2017 and produce 30,000 heads of lettuce a day.