Paradigm Shift: Clean Energy Powered Indoor Farms
A solution that can be scaled globally

1) Technology Developers
a) Vertical farms and greenhouses: Zwart Systems, Beamsville, ON, Canada
b) Vertical farms: iFarm, Helsinki, Finland
c) NuLeaf Farms Inc., Calgary, AB, Canada
d) Renewable energy: Agrivoltaics: Combining Solar Panels with Farming ( )
e) Clean energy from fossil fuel:
i) NET Power – Developer of the Allam-Fetvedt Cycle for 100% carbon capture for power plants fueled by natural gas.  NET Power is owned by Exelon CorporationMcDermott International Ltd, Occidental Petroleum Corporation (Oxy) Low Carbon Ventures, and 8 Rivers Capital.
ii) Hydrogen Production from Oil and Gas Fields Without CO2 Emissions by Proton Technologies.
iii) Ekona Power – Producing hydrogen and carbon black from natural gas
2) Notable articles about vertical farming and food needs by 2050:
b) How Can The World Benefit From Indoor Vertical Farming, April 11, 2021 by Bhok Thompson.
e) How to Sustainably Feed 10 Billion People by 2050, in 21 Charts by World Resources Institute, Dec. 5, 2018 
f) Wiki Article: Vertical farming.
3) Notable Articles and Websites Relating to Carbon Capture and Storage
c) Wolf Mid-stream – Wolf’s Carbon Business Unit
i) National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) artcle: Post-combustion Capture
4) Videos:
00:00 ● Intro – The Future of Farming source:
01:43 ● 1. SANANBIO – A Fully-Automated Vertical Farming Platform
04:12 ● 2. iFarm – Technologies to grow fresh vegetables, berries and greens
06:58 ● 3. Iron Ox – ‘Iron Ox’ Created The First Farm in America Run Entirely by Robots in San Carlos, California.
08:06 ● 4. Intelligent Growth Solutions – Scotlands First Vertical Farm | Automated Vertical Farming
09:04 ● 5. Urban Crop Solutions – Urban Crops creates automated controlled-environment vertical farming systems
f) Vertical Farming by Just Have a Think, January 3, 2021
h) How carbon capture plant using Mono-ethenol Amine works (for capturing CO2 from industrial plants)
i) Video by Gov’t of Alberta: Carbon Capture and Storage (animation), Jul 7, 2009
j) CO2 Separation – How It Works, Mar 13, 2018 (using Cameron’s CYNARA Membrane separation technology)
5) Vertical farm system or component suppliers: 
a) iFarm, Hämeentie 135a, 00560 Helsinki, Finland.
b) TAVA Systems, Beamsville, ON.
c) Signify (Formally Phillips LED Lighting), GrowWise Center on the High Tech Campus in Eindhoven, the Netherlands.  Related article: LINK.
d) AgricUltra Advancements Inc., Stoney Creek, ON.
6) Existing food producers using vertical farms:
a) Good Leaf Farms, Ontario, Canada.
b) AeroFarms, Newark, NJ, USA.
c) Local Leaf Farms, Ontario, Canada.
d) Nordic Harvest, Lithuania.
e) Plenty, San Francisco, CA, USA.
7) Vertical Farm Associations
8) Short 2-min. video about current warming trend and links to related information: Current Climate Warming Trend, Expected Impacts & What Can Be Done?