Technology Utilization Green Rain Solar

Green Rain Solar LLC intends to take full advantage of the renewable energy market’s market opportunities. The Company’s next-generation solar greenhouses, constructed and managed by Green Rain Solar, LLC, a Nevada-based division, utilize proprietary greenhouse technology and trademarked design developed by world-renowned architect Mr. Anthony Morali.


The Company’s Awaited Premiere Of Its Solar Greenhouses Into The Rapidly Growing Rooftop Urban Gardening & Farming Sector has a self-contained Solar Greenhouse with its own irrigation system and back-up battery supply. This initial unit was delivered to All Faiths cemetery located in Central Western Queens County in New York.



It has been shown that roofs with vegetation are widely believed to extend roof life, conserve energy, and reduce stormwater runoff and air pollution; new studies show they can also boost the performance of solar panels. Plants reduce a roof’s contribution to the urban heat-island effect by lowering the surrounding air temperature through evaporation; this cooling can also make photovoltaic panels perform more efficiently.

CEO James DiPrima said: “Our goal was to develop, engineer, create and install  Solar Greenhouses that met the demand for the highest quality and are excited to launch our first unit and the resultant revenues should not be far behind!” He continued: “Using solar energy has two main benefits: Solar energy systems do not produce air pollutants or carbon dioxide and Solar energy systems on buildings have minimal effects on the environment… OUR Solar Greenhouses combine the two, creating a physical structure that produce electricity, with the ability to capture the sun from many different angles.”


We plan to implement our mission by using our trademark design and groundbreaking technology made entirely by constructed seamless solar panels. They are customized solar panel greenhouse glass in red. The red remove the green light, increases the ratio from red to blue light, and optimizes the plant’s growth by 94%. This gives our specially designed solar greenhouse to block specific harmful red and black ultraviolet rays and allow the growth of yellow and green rays to create and promote ultraviolet rays. Our unique method and design for the solar greenhouses can be placed on top of the warehouses to run grow operations, and run production, packaging, and distribution.

Green Rain Solar also plans to utilize other innovative technologies in future endeavors, such as supplied by Soliculture.

Soliculture is the first company to fully develop and commercialize a viable LSC technology for large-scale installations. Soliculture’s LUMO greenhouses have been generating power internationally for over four years.

LUMO technology

Soliculture partnered with Solaria Corporation to commercialize the LUMO solar panel. These transparent panels contain a low density of silicon photovoltaic (PV) strips arranged periodically on a panel of glass, allowing light to transmit between the strips. A thin layer of luminescent material is adhered to the backside of the glass, enhancing light quality by converting green light to red light. The optimized light spectrum enhances power production and facilitates plant growth. LUMO solar panels are ideally suited for crop production areas of your greenhouse, where maximum light transmission is desired.

Light-tuning for photosynthesis

The core LUMO technology is a light-altering dye that converts green light to red light. Red light has the highest efficiency for photosynthesis in plants. The absorbance of chlorophyll a and b, two pigments found in plants that are critical to photosynthesis, highlights the fact that plants absorb in the blue and red portion of the spectrum, and not in the green. Extensive plant trials, crops under LUMO have experienced positive growth responses, including increased yield, faster time to maturation, and disease resistance.

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A schematic shows LUMO’s enhanced red light both increases electricity production and optimizes the light spectrum for plant growth.

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Transmission of LUMO, which absorbs green light and converts it to red light, enhancing light quality for plant growth.

Supplement LUMO with Standard Density (SD) Solar Panels

Soliculture’s Standard Density (SD) panel supplements LUMO by enabling high-efficiency power generation in non-production areas of your greenhouse, like those used for packing, processing, and storage. Together, LUMO and SD solar panels can optimize your greenhouse for energy-generation, create eligibility for capital-saving solar incentives, and decrease operational expenses for 25+ years.

SD technology

Standard Density (SD) panels offer the highest efficiency solar panel for your greenhouse. These solar panels block 100% of incoming light and convert it to electricity using industry-standard photovoltaic technology. SD solar panels are ideally suited for working areas of your greenhouse, where minimal light transmission is acceptable. 

Greenhouse compatibility

Soliculture offers SD panels as a frameless, single pane glass module, allowing compatibility with many common glass greenhouse designs, such as wide-span and Venlo styles. These solar panels can be customized to any greenhouse glazing dimensions. This design negates the need for costly solar panel racking materials. Installing SD solar panels into your greenhouse roof is the most economical solution for solar energy generation in agriculture.

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