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Building Technology, Markets & Business

Greenhouse Cultivation Leaves Carbon Emission Impacts

23 Sep , 2020  

magazine.cannabisbusinesstimes.com, 9/23/2020. Authors’ Note:  This article is the third in a five-part series by Resource Innovation Institute (RII), a nonprofit that works to advance resource efficiency in cannabis cultivation. In Part I of the series (available at bit.ly/CBT_Resource_Guides), we introduced the “LED Lighting for Cannabis Cultivation and Controlled Environment Agriculture Best Practices Guide” and “HVAC for […]

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Building Technology, HVAC

Register for Our Next Webinar on HVAC for Indoor Agriculture

14 Sep , 2020  

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Join us for a Zondits Webinar Series event on September 24 to learn more about HVAC for indoor agriculture cultivation facilities.

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Industrial Technology, Process

Register for Our Next Webinar on Indoor Agriculture and Energy Efficiency

11 Jun , 2020  

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In our next webinar, Nick Collins will share insights on opportunities for cannabis cultivation facilities and the energy dynamics of grow rooms.

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Energy Podlet, Industrial Technology, Interviews

Episode 3: Green Green – Growing Cannabis Indoors

23 Dec , 2019  

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Gita and Elihu speak with Nick Collins and Jesse Remillard, ERS, the energy efficiency of growing cannabis indoors.

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Industrial Technology, Process

Indoor Cannabis Cultivation at a Crossroads

30 May , 2019  

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Learn more about the numerous challenges faced by cannabis cultivators and energy efficiency professionals when it comes to designing and operating more efficient facilities

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Markets & Business, Markets & Trends

Trends and Observations of Energy Use in the Cannabis Industry

23 May , 2017  

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Jesse Remillard and Nick Collins, ERS, for Zondits During the fall 2016 elections, Maine, Massachusetts, Nevada, and California legalized recreational cannabis, and three other states legalized it for medical use. This brought the total number of states allowing the sale and use of recreational marijuana to 8, with another 28 allowing it for medicinal use. […]

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Building Technology, Lighting

The Influence of Lighting Design On Plant Growth

24 Apr , 2017  

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Understand energy efficiency of LED horticultural lighting systems LEDs Magazine, April 19, 2017 There are multiple considerations that a business faces when evaluating light sources to use for horticultural lighting, including but not limited to: light intensity, spectrum, uniformity of light distribution, energy efficiency, and fixture lifespan. Horticultural lighting systems convert electrical energy into light […]

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Building Technology, HVAC, Interviews

A Zondits Interview: MSP’s Dehumidification Technology for the Cannabis Market

20 Apr , 2017  

MSP Technology

Nick Collins, ERS, for Zondits Zondits recently interviewed Walter Stark, CTO of MSP Technology, on the dehumidification equipment they have designed for the indoor agricultural and cannabis markets. We hoped to get a better understanding of the systems that MSP offers, the energy advantages, and what brought them to the indoor cannabis cultivation market. What […]

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Building Technology, Emerging Technology, Lighting

Tuning the PAR & Light Spectrum to Influence Indoor Agriculture Growth

18 Apr , 2017  

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Nick Collins, ERS, for Zondits In recent years, LED lighting has had a transformative effect on the interior and exterior lighting markets by offering lamps and fixtures with high levels of efficacy and flexibility of application. Another market is poised for transformation through the application of LED fixtures, but this time it is the indoor […]

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Law & Policy, Programs & Policy

New Opportunities for Energy Efficiency: Marijuana Growing Ops

28 Sep , 2016  

Todd Winner, ERS, for Zondits Energy efficiency programs are increasingly looking for new measures that can generate energy and peak demand savings for customers and their programs. Energy efficiency measures typically considered  “low-hanging fruit,” such as lighting upgrades in interior commercial spaces and the installation of high-efficiency HVAC units in new construction projects, are becoming […]

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