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May 9

NY growers workshop on energy and water efficiency tips for cannabis cultivation

Resource efficiency and profitability are not mutually exclusive. The right design, construction, and equipment can produce a cannabis facility that responds to the market, optimizing yield when prices are high and generating normal yields at reduced operational costs when they are not.

Resource Innovation Institute invites you to join the upcoming virtual workshop on May 9 for New York growers as subject matter experts discuss best practices in energy and water efficiency in controlled cannabis cultivation.  

The goal of this workshop is to present ways in which growers can become both resource efficient while considering the complex relationship of technology and its interaction with plant production. In this workshop, you will learn: 

  • The type of technology to consider for improved energy efficiency 
  • The relationship between technology and plant production to reduce resources (such as lighting and water) 
  • Strategies for reducing peak loads 

Click here to register for the free May 9 virtual workshop. 

This workshop series is brought to you by Resource Innovation Institute (RII) in partnership with the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) and the Office of Cannabis Management (OCM). 

They are pleased to welcome panelists Paul Arena from Ludvig Svensson, Jason Matlock from Fluence, and Dane Sheldon from AQUASGROUP. 

Interested in another topic? The group will be hosting a workshop on Operations & Maintenance for Controlled Environment Cannabis Cultivation in the Fall. Read more on New York Efficient Yields Workshop Page

For more information:
Resource Innovation Institute  

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