SERVICES

SYSTEM COMMISSIONING

Most cultivation facilities are comprised of multiple equipment vendors and components. Getting these assets to perform effectively with each other is a major challenge and often an overlooked process that leads to project delays and added cost. GS Thermals solutions, manufactures, designs, and implements the entire system – avoiding commissioning challenges and ensuring the system is fully integrated and running properly.

FACILITY DESIGN & ENGINEERING

GS designs the grow system (provides light layout, mechanical and piping schematic) and works directly with your MEP to implement the design. The design and layout are customized to your grow technique, water usage, and desired layout configuration.

CULTIVATION CONSULTING

If needed we can access partnerships to help facilitate your project (i.e. fertigation recommendations, reflective/insulated paneling etc.).

INCENTIVE PROGRAM

Our highly efficient integrated system allows Utility companies to provide custom rebates on the total facility energy consumption (kWh) – not just a single component such as Lighting.

RECENT POSTS

November 15, 2020

RII Liquid Cooled LED Lighting Workshop

On October 29th, 85 RII members, utility engineers and program implementers, energy code and policy advisors, ASABE and DLC working group members, and cultivation industry professionals attended State-of-the-Market: Liquid-Cooled Horticultural LED Lighting, RII’s first technology workshop. The workshop was held in partnership with the DesignLights Consortium (DLC) and the American Society for Agricultural and Biological […]

November 11, 2019

The Effect of Light Spectrum on the Morphology and Cannabinoid Content of Cannabis sativa L.

“Manipulation of the spectrum, an advantage of the LED technology, offers better space utilization to support the heating and cooling loads of growing buildings. LED lighting strategies may be applied to improve the energy utilization and carbon footprint of cannabis crop.” “In conclusion, the experiments presented here demonstrate that the optimal spectrum for a specific […]