Senior Electrical Engineer
Fuss & O'Neill
The indoor agriculture market has become a major alternative to traditional agriculture due to its climate resiliency, higher yield, and shorter crop cycles.It also comes a large cost - it is a major strain on utilities, has a high carbon footprint, and difficult to monitor effectively.
By implementing systems to track energy data and operation effectiveness, this industry will become more energy efficient, easier to track equipment performance, improve outputs, and compliant with upcoming regulatory requirements.
Morgan Abraham is an electrical engineer who has developed multiple LEED facilities across the US in multiple climate environments.He also has developed and software and automation solutions to better adapt and track the energy effects of critical design decisions. His current focus is in optimizing energy systems and operations within the growing indoor agriculture space in order to promote a more sustainable and profitable industry.
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