BOULDER, Colorado, January 19, 2016, SRNA, /PRNewswire/ —
Surna Inc. (OTCQB: SRNA), a technology company that engineers state-of-the-art equipment for controlled environment agriculture (“CEA”) with expertise in cannabis cultivation, announced today it has secured a contract for approximately $725,000 with Las Vegas cultivator Cloud 9 Wholesale.
Under the terms of the agreement, Surna will provide their proprietary climate control technology to the cultivation facility for the single-phase project. The Cloud 9 Wholesale facility covers 30,000 square feet, which will require approximately 550 tons of cooling equipment for cultivation climate control.
“One of Surna’s goals has been to bring efficiency to cultivation facilities. With recent press around the massive energy usage in the industry, we are pleased to see large cultivators such as Cloud 9 Wholesale utilizing Surna’s technology to reduce their energy consumption. Our Company is happy to be leading the way in energy efficient cultivation technology and to be working with people like Cloud 9 Wholesale who understand the resulting positive impact,” said Stephen Keen, CEO of Surna.
Nevada is one of 23 states that currently permit medical marijuana cultivation and consumption. In November 2016, Nevada will vote on expanding the law to include recreational cannabis cultivation and consumption.
Surna, Inc. (http://www.surna.com) develops innovative technologies and products that monitor, control and or address the energy and resource intensive nature of indoor cannabis cultivation. Currently, the Company’s revenue stream is based on its main product offerings – supplying industrial technology and products to commercial indoor cannabis grow facilities.
Headquartered in Boulder, CO, Surna’s diverse engineering team is tasked with creating novel energy and resource efficient solutions, including the Company’s signature water-cooled climate control platform. The Company’s engineers continuously seek to create technology that solve the highly specific demands of the cannabis industry for temperature, humidity, light and process control.
Surna’s goal is to provide intelligent solutions to improve the quality, the control and the overall yield and efficiency of CEA. Though its clients do, the Company neither produces nor sells cannabis.
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