Verdant Environmental Technologies Inc. develops innovative products and technologies that focus on energy efficiency. Our energy management system for the hospitality industry significantly reduces guest room heating and air-conditioning costs.


Verdant’s History

Verdant has been inventing state-of-the-art technology products for over 40 years. Over the course of the last four decades, we have developed and manufactured various products for industry giants such as Fujitsu, LG, Carrier, and others.

More than fifteen years ago, we developed the first dot-matrix, touch-screen thermostat. Since then, we have been manufacturing commercial and residential thermostat products marketed by our many OEM partners.

We launched the Verdant brand in 2008 with the goal of delivering next-generation, energy efficient thermostats to the market.


Verdant Technology

We pride ourselves on being innovative. As a result of our efforts, we have been awarded more than sixty (60) US and international patents.

A variety of our thermostat related patents allow our energy management thermostats to set new standards of customer experience and energy reductions.

Verdant energy management thermostats were designed with an understanding that an energy management system for hotels cannot compromise guest comfort while saving energy.

Our unique features, such as “Night Occupancy” detection and “Dynamic Intelligent Recovery” ensure guest comfort while at the same time maximizing energy savings.

We believe that substantial energy savings that our system delivers coupled with impeccable guest experience delivers the ultimate value for any hotel owner.


Verdant’s Presence

Hundreds of hospitality properties in North America and across the world are currently using our energy management technology to reduce their energy consumption.

Our energy management thermostats have a proven record of saving energy in every type of hospitality property and in any climate. On average, Verdant thermostats are reducing guest room heating and air-conditioning energy use by 40%.