Growing wine grapes with sea water at NELHA, 1997-2017
DewPoint System's technology is based on utilizing clean renewable energy resources to enhance and control plant growth. Our innovative approach to sustainable secure agriculture is by "Harvesting the Sky - Drop by Drop".
DewPoint System had the opportunity to present it’s freshwater and agriculture production systems to island country representatives of the World Bank at the Natural Energy Laboratory of Hawaii Gateway Center. DPS received very positive feedback with many stating, "this technology is what we need in the islands". Read more under Presentations & Related Links – Day 4. World Bank - Energy Sector Management Assistance Program
DewPoint Systems and World Environmental Solutions (WES) have formed a new Australian company called TES and combined the IP technologies with a license from both companies, to develop water and food solutions for Worldwide regions in need, in particular the Pacific basin area.
A spotlight profile on Rich Bailey, Owner of DewPoint Systems, a Hawaiian firm that provides deep seawater (DSW) consultation in the areas of freshwater condensation systems, cold thermal energy agriculture, and aquaculture production systems.
By Becky A. Wink, Marketing Manager
DewPoint System LLC was a finalist at the 2014 Asia Pacific Energy Conference Global Agriculture Innovation Challenge held at Honolulu Convention Center.
Mr. Bailey did a 6 minute presentation to numerous interested attendees (see slides below).
Click the link below to view the conference link.
Host Cindy Matsuki speaks with Rich Bailey (President, Dewpoint Systems) about utilizing clean renewable energy resources to enhance and control plant growth.Technology to harvest water from the air and trick your plants into acting like it's SPRING!
On December 12, 2012 the Governor of Hawaii, Mr. Neil Abercrombie visited DewPoint Systems sea water grape demonstration located at the Gateway Center at the Natural Energy Laboratory of Hawaii. Mr. Ken Love (pictured with the hat) explained to the Governor the thermal process of the chilling the roots and 24/7 reliable irrigation from condensation. The Governor mentioned that "it is this type of innovative technology thinking that Hawaii has to share with the world". Mr.