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The 'Tesla of eco-villages' is developing off-grid villages that grow their own food and generate their own power

If you move into a new neighborhood being constructed outside of Amsterdam, your salad greens might come from the greenhouse attached to your home. Your eggs could be gathered from the village chicken coop, and your food waste would all get harvested for compost. ReGen Villages is a startup real estate development company aiming to build small, self-sustaining residential communities around the world.
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