Across the world exists a vast number of indoor, outdoor, and mixed cannabis growth warehouses. Despite the varied methods and approaches applied to promote cannabis growth in each of these settings, they all produce harmful emissions. Indoor, sealed-off growth centers generally require robust heating systems, dehumidifiers, coolers, and, most notably – lighting. Cannabis crops growing in other settings depend on added features with a focus on nature (exposure to sunlight, air, natural soil.) In fact, cannabis growth warehouses across the US have an overall carbon footprint on par with data servers. This is where solar power comes into play. Solar energy is slowly coming to the forefront of many suppliers’ business plans since solar power doesn’t technically expend any energy while producing energy.
Cannabis Hemp Blog, 10/20/2020 18:27:10
Open article: https://hempland.net/the-growing-relationship-between-the-solar-energy-and-cannabis-industries/