Tecogen has provided three 200-ton Tecochill chillers to a cannabis cultivation facility located in New Jersey. "The chillers will provide cooling for the grow rooms with the waste heat used for dehumidification," the team with the company explains. "The units will be installed and operational by mid-2020 and will include a factory service maintenance contract. Tecogen's manufacturer's representative in New Jersey, D&B Engineering, was instrumental in securing the order. Additional chiller orders are expected as the facility continues to expand further."
"This facility is owned by a multinational cannabis cultivation company with several sites located in the US and Canada," said Stephen Lafaille, Director of Business Development at Tecogen. "Owners and operators understand the importance of lowering operating costs as the cannabis cultivation industry becomes increasingly competitive and consolidated. The Tecochill solution is often the most cost effective and reliable solutions for the substantial energy needs of indoor cultivation."