Final step in the reorganization of the electric operator that brought him under the banner of F2i. In fact, the merger of Zaffiro and Sorgenia was perfected. The vehicle set up by F2i Sgr and Asterion to take over the energy company from the banks in December 2019 was thus incorporated into the acquired company, opening, according to the shareholders, a new industrial chapter for the digital energy company.
New acquisitions of green energies
Downstream of the operation
the new shareholder structure sees the F2i infrastructure fund at 72.4% and the Spaniards of Asterion Industrial Partners at 27.6% of Sorgenia. With the merger and extinction of Zaffiro, Sorgenia acquires 7 wind farms (for approximately 300 Mw of installed capacity) and the company San Marco Bioenergie, the main Italian operator in the production of electricity from plant biomass with approximately 70 Mw installed. In this way, Sorgenia’s installed power rises to over 4.7 Gw. The reverse merger completed today – said the CEO of Sorgenia Gianfilippo Mancini – concludes a process that began last October and strengthens Sorgenia’s position in the Italian energy system. We are now ready to carry out an important investment plan on renewable technologies – he added – and to play a leadership role in the energy transition of our country.
Integration allows to Sorgenia to become a major industrial player also in the production from renewable sources. The CEO of Sorgenia explained that the company is now ready to implement an important investment plan on renewable technologies and to play a leadership role in the energy transition of our country.