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Study: Cannabis production uses as much energy as data centers

ALBUQUERQUE — Growing cannabis uses a lot of energy, according to a report by EQ Research LLC, an organization that provides clean energy analysis for businesses and nonprofits. According to the report, cannabis grow facilities have energy needs similar to those of data centers. The reason cannabis cultivation is so energy intensive, says Rachael Speegle, director of operations at the Verd
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