BrightFarms Raises $13.6M for New Urban Rooftop Hydroponic Greenhouses

BrightFarms, a leading commercial rooftop hydroponic greenhouse developer, raised $13.6 million in Series B-1 venture capital funding last November from WP Global Partners, NGEN Partners and Emil Capital Partners.

The company also raised $4.9 million in Series B venture capital financing in early 2014; investors included NGEN, Emil Capital Partners, BrightFarms founder Ted Caplow, Paragon Foods president Elaine Bellin, New Ground Ventures founding principal Zac Zeitlin, and Coskata founder Todd Kimmel, a former partner at Mayfield Fund who is now a founding principal at Montage Ventures.

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