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The facility that now operates as Greenidge Generation in Upstate New York began in 1937 as a coal-fired power plant, commissioned by New York State Electric and Gas Corporation. AES Corporation purchased the plant in 1999 which continued to operate until 2011. In 2014, a group of private investment funds sponsored and managed by Atlas Holdings LLC purchased the Greenidge plant and converted it to clean-burning natural gas.

This conversion established Greenidge as a leader in environmental stewardship, a legacy which continues with its transaction processing operation. Greenidge spent several years securing the necessary state and federal permits and approvals and underwent a rigorous environmental assessment in advance of resuming operations at its New York facility. Greenidge operates entirely within all relevant federal, state and local permits and ordinances for its facility, including a State Pollution Discharge Elimination System (SPDES) water permit and a Title V Air Permit. Greenidge operates entirely on natural gas, resulting in reduced greenhouse gas emissions.

The Greenidge facility provides a clean, reliable source of power to New York state’s energy grid: providing the electricity necessary to power up to 20,000 homes and businesses in the region in 2020 alone.

Greenidge has worked closely with the local community to ensure its operation is both environmentally sound and a critical piece of infrastructure serving the community’s energy needs and driving economic growth in the region. Between 2014 and 2020, Greenidge’s capital investments, directly and indirectly, supported approximately 200 jobs in New York State in construction and related industries, with over $13 million in employee earnings. During the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, Greenidge’s spending supported over 80 businesses in the Finger Lakes Region of New York.

Our data center in South Carolina is set on a 175-acre site. We believe the site will have at least 100 MW of mining capacity when fully developed. Our electricity at the site is from a provider whose power is sourced from over 60% zero carbon sources including nuclear power.