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Empire State Greenhouses

ESG has rethought agriculture to feed a hungry planet and combat climate change
Cobleskill, 
NY
Investment type:
Equity
(Priced Round)
Target raise:
$100,035
 - $1,070,000
Minimum investment:​
$100
End date:
Sep 17, 2021
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Highlights

  • 100% renewable energy-powered carbon-negative crop factory designed to deliver 20 tons of food daily
  • System is designed to combine renewable energy / vertical ag to tackle food security, climate change
  • Energy is 35% of the cost of food. ESG is designed to have zero energy costs and unlock margins
  • Within an 8-hour radius of 55 million people, accounting for 23% of US GDP
Our Story

ESG is designed to create a CARBON NEGATIVE AGRICULTURE system: 100% renewable energy vertical farming, addressing both climate change and food security. Its first organic crop factory is designed to provide 40,000 pounds of food every workday year-round, produce 100x more per square foot than traditional agriculture, use 95% less water. In an 8-hour radius of 55 million people, powered by all renewable energy generated on-site, ESG hopes to have zero energy cost and sell excess clean energy.
Our Ambition

In the next five years, we aim to build three facilities in the North East, and plan many more in North America and beyond, in cooperation with national and local governments and educational institutions. We have designed our platform of Population Responsive Agriculture (PRA) to be scalable and deployable to suit the needs and market demands of growing populations worldwide. These projections are not guaranteed.