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Total Funding:$31.6M
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • TerViva's estimated annual revenue is currently $13.2M per year.(?)
  • TerViva's estimated revenue per employee is $270,000
  • TerViva's total funding is $31.6M.

Employee Data

  • TerViva has 49 Employees.(?)
  • TerViva grew their employee count by 14% last year.
  • TerViva currently has 1 job openings.

We built TerVivaᅢᄁ¬ダᅡᄁ to solve the imbalanced equation of a shrinking arable land base and a rising demand for food, fuel and fertilizer. Our solution is to help growers convert distressed agricultural land into productive acreage by growing a tree-based oilseed crop called Pongamia. Our technology is based on proprietary advancements in agronomy and the genetics of pongamia, a leguminous tree species that produces 8x higher oil yield per acre than soybeans on underused agricultural lands stressed from disease and changing environmental conditions. TerVivaᅢᄁ¬ダᅡᄁ is currently working with leading agriculture and land management companies in Florida and Hawaii to establish pilot projects and commercial size acreage ᅢᄁ¬ツᆲ¬タワ two geographies where the need for a new crop and the proper climate for pongamia intersect. Native to India and Australia, pongamia is a long-living tree that produces an annual harvest of seeds that are similar to soybeans. On a per-acre basis, pongamia produces eight times the amount of oil than a soybean with a fraction of the inputs (water, fertilizer, pesticides, etc.) and is thus cheaper to maintain while being much more sustainable and environmentally friendly. We use pongamia to ᅢᄁ¬ツᆲᅤモgrow oilᅢᄁ¬ツᆲᅡン, combining agriculture with chemistry to produce clean fuels and green chemicals -- while at the same time restoring underproductive land and creating jobs in rural communities. Pongamia oil contains long-chain fatty acids that are well-suited for conversion into biodiesel, renewable diesel, high-performance surfactants, and lubricants. Once removed of oil, the residual pongamia seed cake is high in both nitrogen and protein, and has proven value as a fertilizer and animal feed supplement. TerVivaᅢᄁ¬ダᅡᄁ has compiled an exclusive library of high-yielding, patentable pongamia genetics from around the world and has developed propagation techniques for scalable, consistent results.