Impact Investment

We implement projects with a real impact

Carbon Farming

sequestration of CO2:


Atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide, methane and nitrogen oxide are higher than they have been for 800,000 years. Climate change has already led to an increase in average global temperature of about 1.0°C above pre-industrial levels. The global temperature rise will reach the 1.5°C mark agreed in the Paris Climate Agreement as early as between 2030 and 2052; possibly sooner.


By 2050, the EU Commission wants greenhouse gas emissions to be reduced to net zero. Achieving these targets will require dramatic changes in the economy and agriculture.


To achieve these ambitious climate protection goals, not only must CO2 emissions be reduced, but CO2 must be actively removed from the atmosphere. The technical prerequisites and know-how for this are available. However, a rethinking of soil management and an interdisciplinary approach between agriculture, industry, politics and the capital market are needed.


Production of hydrogen:


Due to the enormous consumption of coal, oil and natural gas, we pollute our planet with billions of tons of CO2 every year. Our mission is to replace all fossil fuels with renewable energy with technology providers by converting electricity from renewable energy sources into green gases and liquids. Innovative electrolysers are used to produce green hydrogen or syngas, a mixture of hydrogen and carbon monoxide, from electricity, water vapor and CO2. Hydrogen and synthesis gas can be used as raw materials in industry or as energy carriers in the transport and energy sectors. We support industrial customers and climate-conscious companies to decarbonize value chains.

Glass Production

New construction of a green glassworks in Brandenburg:


Operation with renewable energies such as solar and wind in combination with hydrogen production.

Glass is the only material that can be recycled infinitely without loss of quality. The increased demand for bottles drives the price development and is counterproductive for the most sustainable form of food – packaging. The „Gloria“ glassworks will be built in Doebern, Brandenburg, Germany. The plant will produce about 120,000 tons of glass; this is about 300 million glass containers. About 150 skilled workers will be employed. The factory has an energy demand of 150,000 MWh per year.

Geothermal energy

Construction of a deep – geothermal plant with power/heat plant:


„Palling“ – Germany’s largest project for combined deep geothermal energy.

Geothermal energy is a core technology of the heat turnaround, it has the potential to supply entire large cities with renewable heat. The development of such energy sources requires drilling into the earth’s crust.

The geothermal concession area is located in the Bavarian Molasse Basin as part of the South German Molasse Basin, a highly attractive region with several geothermal power plants in operation and 96% successful drilling. The Palling project is surrounded by several other geothermal concession areas where operating geothermal power and heating plants are already located. Main operating plan has been approved by the Bavarian State Office for Mining → Project is „Ready-to-Drill“.


Sustainable production of drinking water from seawater in Portugal:


Countries in the Mediterranean region, the Middle East and Africa, as well as islands, have been suffering from drinking water shortages in recent years. Due to low precipitation during the summer months, there are increased bottlenecks in the water supply in these regions. Not only the inhabitants in the respective settlement areas, but also agriculture suffers from the low water supply. In recent years, water pumps have been installed to bridge the drought. However, this was only a short-term help; in the medium term, it led to new problems due to the falling groundwater level. Since these countries are surrounded by the sea and each has sufficient sunlight, a desalination plant powered by a photovoltaic system would make a valuable contribution to the production of additional drinking water.

Affordable living – Climate – Sustainability


In addition to our funds and project financing, social projects are equally close to our hearts. With our knowledge and experience, we create social added value. Therefore, we attach great importance to the selection of our ESG projects. It is important to us that we are socially engaged and can create sustainable added value for society.

Affordable living

Housing affordability

The free market hardly provides affordable housing for low-income groups of the population. As part of its ESG projects, Finomics AG is committed to ensuring that housing can be created for people from the bottom two-thirds of household incomes in particular.

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Projects for older people

Living in old age

Older people often cannot find affordable rental housing on the housing market. Since the need is great, we support social housing for older people.