Twenty farmers in a remote part of Chile have turned to photo-voltaic and variable frequency drive (VFD) technology to irrigate their crops on a hillside in the southern part of the South American country.
Replacing an inefficient start-stop transformer-based control with a variable frequency drive (VFD) on a high-powered water pump has produced 36 per cent savings in energy costs within weeks of installation.
A need to produce potable water for the residents of an island in the United Arab Emirates resulted in Invertek Drives Optidrive Eco variable frequency drive (VFD) being used as part of the reverse osmosis seawater desalination system.
A combination of remoteness and lack of mains electricity meant a Lebanese agricultural business had to rely on a costly and inefficient diesel generator to power a water pump for irrigation.
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