Wagner’s greenhouse supplies the majority of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions.
The company, which has over 300 plants, sells its greenhouse gas to governments and the private sector to make electricity.
It is also responsible for providing greenhouse gas offsets for its customers.
The last time that Wagens greenhouse was shut down, in February 2017, it produced a whopping 18.4 billion kilowatt hours of electricity, or about 1.4 percent of the country’s electricity supply.
That’s a significant amount of power.
And while that figure doesn’t include Wagns carbon emissions, it does show that the company has been able to meet its obligations under the Paris climate agreement, which aims to limit warming to below 2 degrees Celsius above preindustrial levels.
Wagers says that shutting down the greenhouse was not an option at the time because of its large carbon footprint.
The move is one that Wagers management team is happy with.
“We’ve been successful at producing and distributing electricity through the greenhouse in an efficient way and we’re looking forward to returning to business,” Wager spokesperson Lauren Miller said in a statement to Ars.
Wager has been operating a greenhouse on the property since 2009, and its greenhouse was one of the first to be approved for permits.
When the company shut down the operation, it had to build new, bigger plants, Miller said.
The new plants will be able to produce more than 20 percent more power than the older plants, and will also be able keep the greenhouse operational for the duration of the program.
Miller says that it will take approximately four years for the new plants to become operational.
“It’s going to take time to get those plants operational, but it’s something that we feel very comfortable with,” Miller said of Wager’s decision to shut down its greenhouse.
Miller said that Wager is working with the local utility to ensure that the plants can be repaired and that the plant will be used to produce electricity, but that it does not plan to reopen the plant until it is fully operational.
Wagers greenhouse will be closed down in 2017, but Miller says it is unlikely to reopen until 2018.