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GreenState AG

Newsletter, July 2021.

1. Chroma Vertical Farm

Located in the heart of Winterthur, Switzerland, GreenState AG is strategically focused on addressing the challenges of energy and labour costs for vertical farming. Prof. Daniel L. Farkas, PhD, Executive Chairman, leads both the science team and the management team of GreenState AG with CEO Billie Feldman to provide tailored solutions for sustainability in agriculture. Combining optics and light, Prof. Farkas and his science team aim to introduce solutions that increase yields while reducing operating costs, including overall energy consumption.

GreenState AG will present the first Chroma Vertical Farm from Winterthur. This technology will lead to vertical farming becoming the most sustainable and natural way to increase crop productivity. We can now increase yield without the use of chemicals or toxic metals such as lead and arsenic found in LED's, reducing carbon footprint and operating costs.

In addition, the increasing use of technology in both the commercial and residential sectors is dramatically increasing the global demand for electrical energy.

Our focus on reducing operating costs includes reducing overall energy consumption as well as storage.

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2. Green Light Solutions

LEDs and indoor cultivation suggest that we can increase yield and be environmentally friendly at the same time. However, LEDs contain a large number of earth metals, such as lead, copper, nickel, silver, gold and arsenic, which have toxic properties and/or are in short supply.

"LEDs are being touted as the next generation of lighting. But as we try to find better products that don't consume energy resources or contribute to global warming, we need to pay attention to the toxicity hazards of those marketed as replacements," said Oladele Ogunseitan - Ogunseitan is the chair of UC Irvine's Department of Population Health & Disease Prevention, which discovered the toxins.

LEDs contain a large number of earth metals, such as lead, copper, nickel, silver, gold and arsenic, which have toxic properties and/or are in short supply. As the use of LEDs increases, so does their contribution to toxic waste. Copper and nickel are of particular concern as they can damage ecosystems. Meanwhile, white LEDs contain neither arsenic nor lead.

3. GreenState AG wächst buchstäblich

According to founder and CEO, Belinda Feldman, GreenState AG works on solutions for growing crops, increasing yields, optimising growing conditions while maximising space, minimising water consumption, reducing energy consumption and reusing and recycling our products at no extra cost, thus avoiding waste.

Specifically, it's about reducing running costs while increasing crop growth and limiting our carbon footprint.It's easy to see the results of controlled cultivation or vertical farming. However, GreenState's scientific team is convinced that their breakthrough technology and sustainable solutions will drastically minimise power consumption and reduce operating costs.

Specifically, GreenState's science team has put a lot of pressure on its research and development team currently based in Israel.

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4. A message to all GreenState AG stakeholders from the CEO

Our strategy starts with innovation. We seek to provide new tools to meet the growing demand for viable solutions. The sustainability of natural resources will always be at the heart of our goals. Greenstate puts innovation into action to mitigate the global challenges facing agriculture today. We provide sustainable solutions to feed a growing population while making wise use of our natural resources.

GreenState stands for a culture of continuous improvement and a passion for successfully meeting the growing demand for high-quality solutions. Thank you for your interest in learning more about GreenState AG.

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