Enesys has entered into a joint venture with an industrial waste recycler in Northern Melbourne. The client has an increasing need for electrical energy at its site, but it also plans to extend its waste recycling operation to include organic waste processing. There are existing stockpiles and continuing supplies of woody organic waste materials as well as the potential for fruit, vegetable, food, and various Council green waste streams. Enesys will manage it's Organic Energy ( OE) systems at the site as Stage 1. OE on its own will prove to be economically and ecologically beneficial by providing the site with electricity and waste heat energy and ecologically sustainable recycling of organic waste streams that would otherwise produce damaging carbon dioxide and methane discharges.
Once OE is running on-site, Enesys intends to joint venture with existing commercial growers (candidates TBC) to operate from high density protected cropping buildings fitted with GrowLink systems. OE + GL = OEG. Additionally, growers may want to utilise vertical farming systems also designed by Enesys. In this scenario, the grower may multiply conventional productivity 24 to 56-fold within a site that supplies its own energy including the energy consumed by existing and planned recycling operations, all powered from organic waste in an ecologically beneficial way (ie carbon sinking)