New Mexico MMJ cultivator seeks to pare energy costs, footprint

The Verdes Foundation, a high-grossing medical marijuana producer in New Mexico, installed an “energy filter” technology the company hopes will cut its electricity costs by up to 37% and also reduce its carbon footprint. The sky-high energy costs of cannabis cultivation continue to be such a major financial drain and environmental stain for the industry that growers are looking to bring down those costs. Verdes, a vertically integrated grow-retail marijuana business with two dispensary locations in New Mexico, on Wednesday installed the Smart Energy Filter, a new technology system from Line Loss Pro of Boston, according to Albuquerque Business ... New Mexico MMJ cultivator seeks to pare energy costs, footprint is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs