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Meet the 2014 MJINews Power Companies. These are 11 companies that will be dictating the shape and the direction of marijuana-based industries in the coming years.
The cannabis industry isn’t exactly known for its energy efficiency. According to some researchers, the warehouses commonly used to grow marijuana in large quantities consume roughly as much energy per square meter as a high-end data center
Surna produces water-chilled cooling systems specifically targeted to benefit cannabis growers. Surna recently signed a purchase agreement with Hydro Innovations.
Surna’s mission is to manufacture equipment for the legal marijuana industry with a focus on disruptive technology, equipment and related support services.
Surna’s goal is to become the ‘GE of cannibas’ with innovations like the industrial water coolers chilling Colorado’s expanding red-hot grow operations.
Surna founder Tom Bollich goes on the air with Amilya to discuss Colorado’s medicinal marijuana revolution and the advancements of technology within the industry.
Bollich is currently the CEO of Surna, a company engaged in manufacturing disruptive technology and equipment for the legal marijuana growing industry.
Bollich’s Surna paid $15,000 to sponsor an event at the Arc View Group Investor Network in Boston, where he hopes to sell the Surna climate cooling system.
Cannabis cultivation uses as much as 10 percent of Denver’s power and electricity, and there are no best practices for sustainable growing operations.
Surna’s climate control system offers many benefits beyond that of its competitors, such as HVAC systems, air handling control and other cooling systems.
Bollich wants to develop the company into the marijuana cultivation industry’s answer to General Electric. Bollich says matter of factly that the industry needs people like him.
The Colorado Cannabis Summit brought together industry leaders and newcomers, to focus on the latest and newest innovations in a budding industry.
Conventional grow lights aren’t very efficient. Sodium lamps are the industry standard because growers aren’t willing to risk their livelihoods experimenting with newer lights.
Our cooling systems are outfitted for operations of all sizes, from 20 to well over 200,000 square feet, something that no one else is offering right now.
Surna (SRNA), based in Boulder, CO, addresses one of the key challenges facing the cannabis cultivation industry: Energy consumption
Surna Inc. was founded with the aim of acquiring intellectual property, “disruptive technologies,” assets and scalable companies in the cannabis industry.
Tom Bollich sees several similarities between the flourishing marijuana/growing industry business and the tech sector in which he saw extraordinary success.
Bollich made a fortune with the gaming apps company Zynga. He recently moved to Colorado to get in on the ground floor of what he says will be the next big thing.