MADRID, 20 Jun. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The 'fintech' Crowmie has closed a financing round of 300,000 euros in which the Spanish infrastructure group Lantania has participated as leader in the operation, as reported by the 'startup' in a statement on Tuesday. Demium Capital has also participated.
Crowmie is a platform that allows 'green' investment in a tokenized way. Thus, once the construction of the renewable energy facilities has been completed, the electricity produced is sold to the grid and the investors in the project obtain their returns.
The 'fintech' has indicated that the objective of the round is to raise funds to finance its strategic growth plan, as well as increase its team and create a "scalable model" to offer its tool in other countries.
Crowmie's approach represents "a new way of understanding and promoting renewable energies," according to Lantania's general director of business development, Luis Corrales.
The firm has financed three projects valued at 350,000 euros in which 100 investors have participated. The forecasts for this year is to finance projects for a joint value of between 3 and 5 million euros.