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World’s First Green Spaceport

Greenfield Space Industries Goldfields-Esperance

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Seeking investment value of $151 - $250 million

This is a state-of-the-art facility that utilises renewable energy, Industrial IoT, and sustainable design principles to enable a rocket launch site for commercial, scientific, and government space missions. This will feature solar, hydrogen, battery, and wind power, to create energy-efficient buildings and water systems. 


Investing in the world’s first green spaceport is not only an opportunity to be a part of a ground-breaking project, but it also presents a diversification strategy for companies and investors. Firstly, the spaceport will be at the forefront of the rapidly growing space industry, providing a launch site for an array of purposes whether it be commercial, scientific and government missions. Secondly, the spaceport’s focus on sustainable design and renewable energy sources makes it a unique and attractive investment opportunity within the aerospace industry. Thirdly, the spaceport features a modular design, which allows for easy scalability and customisation to meet the needs of different missions. This flexibility allows us to keep costs low and pass on savings to our customers. Finally, the spaceport’s strategic location in Western Australia’s southern region with favourable weather conditions and launch cadence which will help reduce the cost of launch operations and maintenance whilst making the site highly operatable. Our first and largest investor will have access to naming rights. 

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Investment sought: $151 - $250 million

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With planned completion in 2033, Western Australia’s very own (and the world’s very first) low-cost, green spaceport with located near Eucla.

Eucla provides optimal weather and launch capabilities whilst being removed from human and wildlife areas, including protected marine areas. In addition, it has a port nearby and is an area with little aeroplane flyover.

Caiguna Launch Site Latitude: -32.488307° Longitude: 125.611789°
Proposed launch frequency: one launch daily Proposed types of launches: orbital and suborbital Madura Launch Site Latitude: -32.152368° Longitude: 127.636156°

Proposed launch frequency: one launch daily Proposed types of launches: orbital and suborbital

1. Population Density
The population density around the launch sites is notably low, with inhabited areas situated approximately 50-60 km northwest of the Madura launch site. The southward trajectory is entirely over the ocean, devoid of population. Although the north of the launch sites has lower population density, launching southwards is safer due to minimized risk. The unpopulated regions north of the Madura Launch site potentially allow for the establishment of a suborbital test range.

2. Marine Parks
The area south of the Madura and Caiguna launch sites does not intersect with conserved marine parks, a fortunate factor for launch site selection.

3. Shipping Lanes
Two main shipping routes, the Albany – Adelaide and Albany – Melbourne routes, traverse south of the launch sites. This region exhibits a relatively low density of shipping activity compared to other parts of Australia. Launches from the sites must coordinate with relevant marine authorities, and certain inclinations may avoid shipping routes altogether.

4. Land Titles
Land tenure for the ASSC sites comprises of vacant crown land across Caiguna, Cocklebiddy, Mundrabilla, Madura, and Eucla. Our initial launch site focus is the Madura launch site and Mundrabilla launch site. Our retrieval services will be focuses within Eucla.

5. Airline Flight Paths and IFR Waypoints
The airspace surrounding Caiguna and Madura experiences relatively low air traffic density compared to other regions in Australia, making it one of the least dense airspaces in the country. It primarily serves as an airway connecting the south of Western Australia to South Australia.

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