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New company to focus on storage, gas and renewables

After the sale of its French portfolio, Velocita Energy is continuing as a new company focused on energy storage, gas and renewables. The company aims to become a dominant player in the European market.

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Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Velocita Energy Developments and 2020 Renewables has emerged in a new form – Forsa Energy, which has organized into three divisions – renewables, gas, and energy storage – with the aim of becoming one of the largest players in Europe.

Forsa Energy will achieve this via acquisition and growth, so the company can install a major portfolio of projects across the entirety of Europe.

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