Iowa solar power company hopes to power the ag industry
September 10, 2017
SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) — Dolf Ivener wants to help the planet and revolutionize the way farmers power their farms.
The Sioux City businessman and fifth-generation farmer, who oversees operations outside of Hinton and Whiting, Iowa, recently launched Hog Power Energy.
The new company aims to help pork producers reduce electricity costs in confinements through the use of renewable energy created via a self-contained solar generator system developed and tested by Ivener.
Essentially, it gives producers a chance to implement a microgrid system to a confinement that would lessen but not complet...