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Agnetix Lighting Partners With Certified Cultivators

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December 14, 2021

Smart horticulture lighting manufacturer Agnetix has been selected as the primary lighting partner by family-owned and operated Certified Cultivators’ cultivation and distribution facilities in Ohio. Certified’s indoor cultivation facility will feature Agnetix’s liquid-cooled Zenith luminaires.

Certified was drawn to Agnetix because of its industry benchmark energy efficiencies and data visibility, as well as its decision support system, employing energy-efficient LED lighting, canopy-level sensors, networking technology, and real-time data analytics.

“With the addition of the Agnetix system, we will – for the first time – have the proper light intensity needed to get the best quality and quantity out of our plants,” said Scott Miller, COO & General Counsel at Certified Cultivators. “We’re also excited about all of the tech that comes with the system. From one location, we’ll be able to control the lights and analyze the environmental data points to ensure our plants are at maximum health and in no danger.”

Adds Jordan Miles, CEO of Agnetix, “This is an exciting partnership for our team; our high-efficiency data-driven platform is well aligned with the vision of Certified. Scott and his team are well-positioned to set the bar in Ohio for high-quality outcomes at the lowest carbon intensity of any grower in the same class.”

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