The Next Stage in Agriculture Irrigation

We are a German-based company and offer a solution for farmers dealing with salinized groundwater problems or who wish to use sea water to provide freshwater to their fields.

Our product enables farmers who are affected by droughts and other climate change impacts to maintain production at full level. It can be used for most types of cash crops and sylviculture.

The technology we use converts seawater or salinized groundwater into foggy drizzle-freshwater that is spread over a large area and thereby directly supplies plants with a constant flow of cool moisture. The installation can be turned on and off as needed to meet the water needs of various crops.

The cooling effect will lead to less water loss due to evaporation and reduce stress for the plants. Over a period of time our product will restock groundwater levels and thereby prevent further seawater intrusion into coastal freshwater aquifers.

Our product is a highly cost-efficient alternative to desalination plants and enables farmers to become independent of outside freshwater supplies.


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Mode of function IrrigationNets::

First prototype:




– EnergiE.Bog – Flutschutz-Photovoltaik verbindet Hochwasserprävention und Energiewende –

Blustories – Keinen Bock auf aufräumen?

– EnWiPo – Preventing soil erosion with solar systems –

– PV-Magazine – New areas for the energy transition –

– – Flood Prevention Innovation for Agriculture –

– Farmers’ Newspaper – “Flower Power” on Slopes –

– Die Linde: Economic erosion protection –

– PV Magazine – Economic erosion control with photovoltaic systems –

– Mr Karthaus’ test facility is project of the month at the NRW Energy Agency –

Greenspotting – Cooperation with EWIA

STERN – 02.2021


PV-Magazine (2) –

Berliner Morgenpost

Berliner Tagesspiegel

Nachhaltigkeit 2.0 im Magazin: “Das Investment”


Umwelt Panorama

Bäume sind die besten Klimaschützer – Frankfurter Rundschau

CCS vs. Aufforsten – Klimareporter

Eco World

Forum Nachhaltig Wirtschaften

1E9 Magazin

Meerwasser Agrar-Wasserstoff – Agentur für Erneuerbare Energien

My Better World Videoplattform


TopAgrar – 750 kWp Anlage in Deutschland mit IrrigationNets Kühlung


Official: “efficient solution” at SolarImpulse


Participant at the Start Up Energy Award Festival:



To find out how our technology can enable you to enter the next stage in argicultural irrigation contacts us for an individual assessment of your needs.

Please note that we are not actively collecting any data about you. If you contact us via mail this will happen in accordance to the European Data Protection Decree (DSGVO). German version: Datenschutzrichtlinien.


Imprint according to § 5 TMG

ewind Betreiber- und Vertriebs- GmbH
Baldersheimerweg 111
12349 Berlin

Amtsgericht Charlottenburg, HRB 136458 B
USt-IdNr.: DE279336942

Geschäftsführung: Volker Korrmann