We believe in agriculture
On a mission to remove 1 gigaton of CO2 emissions by 2050
Growing food for the planet is becoming a global issue.
In fact, almost a third of global greenhouse emissions come from agricultural products. HeavyFinance aspires to be a part of the solution to this issue.
Climate tech startup HeavyFinance sets a mission to remove 1 gigaton of CO2 emissions by 2050. The company’s fintech solutions combined with the carbon credit program help farmers store CO2 in the soil.
Connecting farmers with investors, the company facilitates the adoption of regenerative soil management practices like no-till farming. HeavyFinance invites all types of investors, including retail, family office, corporate, and institutional, to join our impact investment marketplace.
We’ve built an underlying infrastructure that scores farmers’ borrowing capabilities, facilitates transactions and administers each loan throughout its life. The primary objective of HeavyFinance is sustainable lending in the agriculture sector while also delivering attractive risk-adjusted financial returns to the platform investors.
HeavyFinance originates loans directly in five European markets – Poland, Portugal, Lithuania, Latvia and Bulgaria. Having a scalable business model and the majority of operations unified, the company is planning further geographical expansion.
The company prioritises financing any form of sustainable agriculture that accelerates climate change mitigation, improves food supply chain resilience and contributes towards social progress. By facilitating financing, the company aims to directly or indirectly flow toward reduced soil disturbance tillage practices (no-till, strip-till, mulching), supporting soil maintenance and health and permanent CO2 removal and storage, resulting in:
- Reduced GHG emission from machinery fossil fuel combustion
- CO2 Removal from the atmosphere by plants’ biogeochemical processes and permanent storage in the soils.
- N2O pollution reductions from excessive fertilisers application.
- Improvement of production quality.
- Contribution to the improvement of biodiversity.
- Farm adaptation and resilience to climate change effects ( droughts, high temperatures, floods, etc. )
Over a third of our existing portfolio and nearly half of our expected portfolio by EOY 2022 have financed sustainable agriculture, primarily the conservation tillage practices of our farmers like no-till farming.
Meet the team
We are agricultural entrepreneurs, agronomists, soil scientists and finance experts passionate to make agriculture more sustainable and more innovative
Decarbonisation and Sustainability Expert
Head of Sales
Digital Marketing Manager
Office in Portugal
Office in Poland
Office in Lithuania and Latvia
Office in Bulgaria
Head of Sales
Regional Sales Manager