Plantagon Greenhouse Building, illustration 2
Image • Nov 16, 2011 16:28 GMT
|By expanding the greenhouse vertically, the crops produced through Plantagon’s patented technology, in relation to the land area used, will increase considerably permitting multiple harvests for the same growth period. The commercial area will be designed and constructed in an equally sustainable way as the greenhouse in terms of energy efficiency, materials and hi-tech solutions.|
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|Photographer / Source||Plantagon, Illustration: Sweco|
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News • Nov 13, 2012 15:09 GMT
The Future of Food, in Our Global Kitchen. The American Museum of Natural History in New York is today opening a new exhibition where Plantagon is taking a part. The exhibition, Our Global Kitchen will be traveling around the world for around seven years. Plantagon CEO Hans Hassle and CFO Owe Pettersson are present in New York for the opening ceremony on November 13.
Press Releases • Jul 04, 2012 08:04 BST
Shanghai, July 4, 2012 — Plantagon International has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Tongji University in Shanghai. The MOU states that Plantagon and the University will cooperate regarding research on town-planning issues. Plantagon and Tongji will also cooperate regarding how to integrate Urban Agriculture in the local neighborhood.
Plantagon is endorsing partner of Resilient Cities 2012, 3rd Global Forum on Urban Resilience and Adaptation
Press Releases • Apr 11, 2012 12:16 BST
Plantagon is endorsing partner of Resilient Cities 2012, 3rd Global Forum on Urban Resilience and Adaptation from 12 to 15 May 2012 in Bonn, Germany. "We are excited to be part of Resilient Cities. Feeding the city is one of the major challenges ahead. The Plantagon Greenhouse is a response to this challenge", says Hans Hassle, CEO of Plantagon.
News • Feb 28, 2012 15:37 GMT
Sweden launches a new offer to feed the cities of the world through SymbioCity, a network of Swedish companies and organizations within sustainable urban development, founded by the Swedish Government and Swedish Industry. The new offer Urban Agriculture, is a new way to cultivate food by building vertical greenhouses that reduce transport costs and emissions.
News • Jan 20, 2012 00:21 GMT
Presentations from the Plantagon Urban Agriculture Summit 2011, held at House of Sweden, Washington D.C. on November 16, are presented here http://event.plantagon.com/urbanagriculture/ Participating experts were Professor Oren Lyons, Chairman Plantagon International; Keith Curtis, Senior Energy Advisor, US Department of Commerce; Tony Socci, US Environmental Protection Agency, and many more.
Plantagon får stöd av Vinnova för att utveckla helhetslösningar för odling av livsmedel i storstäder
Press Releases • Dec 09, 2011 11:42 GMT
Plantagon har beviljats 750,000 kronor inom Vinnovas stora satsning på svensk miljöteknik. Stödet ska användas till att utveckla ett samarbete mellan flera svenska miljöteknikföretag inom området Urban Agriculture, som innebär livsmedelsodling i storstadsmiljö.
Press Releases • Nov 16, 2011 16:29 GMT
WASHINGTON D.C. November 16, 2011 — Through their greenhouses, Plantagon has made industrial urban agriculture both attractive and feasible. The unique helix-shaped greenhouse offers clean and sustainable food production in urban areas. Now a new generation of urban greenhouses is here, where the high-rise buildings of the cities can offer a sustainable solution to urban food production.
Hans Hassle, CEO of Plantagon, speaks on "Feeding the city", in television seminar about Urban Agriculture
News • Nov 15, 2011 23:51 GMT
Hans Hassle, CEO of Plantagon, speaks on "Feeding the city", in the televised seminar about Urban Agriculture by The Swedish Educational Television, UR Samtiden. The title of today's seminar is "The city of our dreams: Farming in the city." Also participating: Jan de Wilt, Innovatie Netwerk; Stefan Jakobsson, Tekniska Verken in Norrköping and Jürgen Granstedt, Agroetanol.
Oren Lyons, Professor and Chairman of Plantagon, speaks at The Urban Agriculture Summit 2011, November 16
News • Nov 08, 2011 21:51 GMT
Oren Lyons, Professor and Chairman of Plantagon, speaks on "Food Security amid Global Climate Change and Diminishing Resources" at the Urban Agriculture Summit 2011, in House of Sweden, Washington D.C. November 16. The theme of the Summit is "How do we feed people in the urban era?"
Keith Curtis, Senior Energy Advisor, U.S. Dep. of Commerce, speaks at The Urban Agriculture Summit 2011 in Washington D.C.
News • Nov 02, 2011 14:56 GMT
Keith Curtis, Senior Energy Advisor, International Operations, US Commercial Services, ITA, U.S. Department of Commerce speaks at the Urban Agriculture Summit 2011 in Washington D.C. on "Swedish-American Green Alliance; a saga about cleantech collaboration". House of Sweden, November 16.
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The idea of the Plantagon Greenhouse as a landmark and source of food for growing city populations has been developed further. In coopera...
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Documents • Jun 08, 2012 09:48 BST
PLANTAGON參與會議的中國環境“ENERCHINA”從6月10日至6月13日在北京。看到更多的中國信息。 Plantagon is through CENTEC participating in ENERCHINA - June 10-13, 2012 in Beijing - the leading exhibition in China for the energy-saving, renewable energy, clean energy and environmental technologies, products and services with the unique support from China National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC).
Documents • Feb 10, 2012 11:28 GMT
This is a short list of 15 sorts of Asian leafy vegetables that we plan to grow in the Plantagon Greenhouse. At the moment we are planning a crop that does not have to be harvested subsequently, does not have to be bound and does not need to be put in a dark room for planting. That is why leafy greens are suitable.
Documents • Dec 09, 2011 14:28 GMT
Text from a Plantagon Opening Right document: "The city holding this document has chosen to be a part of the Plantagon 100 Cities Initiative. The Opening Right gives the holding City an exclusive right to initiate a development process of a Plantagon Vertical Greenhouse." Read the full text in this document.
Documents • Nov 28, 2011 15:09 GMT
Plantagon Urban Agriculture - presentation in 10 slides - from the Urban Agriculture Summit, in Washington D.C. November 16, 2011. A complete solution within Urban Agriculture. Available in sizes from 36 to 142 meters in diameter. Producing and selling organic food inside cities. LEED-certified. Latest cleantech solutions secures energy efficiency and recycling of water and waste.
Documents • Nov 28, 2011 13:16 GMT
The necessary components for green food production are found in flows of urban resources as nutrients, water, CO2 and energy in heating. If products are grown in closed urban agricultural systems using the best available environmental techniques, risks for both plants and consumers will be minimized. The Problem - The solution and biodiversity as a consequence (Washington D.C. November 16, 2011)
Invitation to The Urban Agriculture Summit: "How do we feed people in the urban era?" at House of Sweden, Washington DC, on November 16.
Documents • Sep 30, 2011 09:31 BST
Join Swedish clean-tech and American know-how in a half-day seminar on how to use urban agriculture technologies to create a more sustainable city of tomorrow, a city where consumers will have access to healthy and nutritious food in their neighbourhood. When: November 16th, 2011, 1 PM to 5 PM Where: House of Sweden, 2900 K Street NW, Washington DC
Why should a tomato fly 10,000 km? We believe that The Plantagon Greenhouse will change the way we produce ecological and functional food dramatically. For instance, it will allow us to produce ecological tomatoes with clean air and water in urban environments, even in major cities. (English, 46 pages, July 2011) www.plantagon.com
Documents • Sep 20, 2011 13:34 BST
The Plantagon is a Greenhouse for vertical farming in urban areas. The Plantagon minimizes the need for energy, water and pesticides - as well as transportation- in the production of greens and vegetables. See this short folder for more information. (folder 10 pages) www.plantagon.com