Harvest Power

Harvest enables communities to produce renewable energy and high-value soil, mulch and organic fertilizer products from organic materials. The company harnesses the full potential of organic materials by recycling energy and nutrients back into local communities through its energy gardens and its production of nutrient-rich soils, mulches and fertilizers. Harvest owns and operates facilities throughout North America in British Columbia, Ontario, California and throughout the Mid-Atlantic, Midwest states and Northeastern US.
Company Growth (employees)
Waltham, US
Size (employees)
126 (est)
Harvest Power was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in Waltham, US

Key People at Harvest Power

David Hitchcock

David Hitchcock

Senior Vice President, Corporate Operations
Christian G. Kasper

Christian G. Kasper

EVP, Chief Financial Officer
Brian Kura

Brian Kura

SVP Harvest Consumer Products
Sam Monaco

Sam Monaco

Senior Vice President Organics West

Harvest Power Office Locations

Harvest Power has offices in Waltham, Mooresville, Fresno, Orlando and in 5 other locations
Waltham, US (HQ)
402 221 Crescent St
Fresno, US
6943 N Golden State Blvd
Mooresville, US
1977 Bay Harbour Rd
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Harvest Power Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date


Total Funding

$244.5 m

Latest funding size

$20 m

Time since last funding

over 1 year


Harvest Power's latest funding round in November 2015 was reported to be $20 m. In total, Harvest Power has raised $244.5 m

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Harvest Power News and Updates

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