Group companies

Renewable Energy

In renewable energy, GSC initially invested in small solar-PV projects with the goal of reducing the carbon footprint of the group’s agricultural operations. Today, GSC uses its global access to land and develops sizeable solar-PV projects for own investment and on behalf of private and institutional investors. Currently, GSC has a portfolio of more than 130MWp under development.

GSC Development

GSC Development through its local operations network develops and constructs solar energy projects in Italy for own investment and for family offices or private investors. In 2023 GSC development extended its team with engineers with a combined sector experience of more than 50 years. The team is responsible for the development of GSC’s Solar-PV pipeline.

GSC Energy

GSC Energy is responsible for the management of the group’s operational power plants. The focus lies on free-field and rooftop solar power plants with a size of 1 MWp – 15 MWp. The company owns a 7 MWp Solar-PV portfolio in Italy with further projects for own investment in the pipeline. The expected total energy production in by the end of 2023 amounts to 20.000.000 kWh.

GTC Energy

GTC Energy SRL is a joint venture with the prominent businessman, Giuseppe Gaspari, who sold his business to a large Private Equity firm and founded his own Foundation. The company is a long-term-oriented IPP investing in and developing solar energy plants in Italy with a target size of 4-15 MWp. The plants may be held long term or divested to third parties.

Green Swan Energy

Green Swan Energy SRL is a joint venture with the highly experienced German solar-PV investor and developer Athos Solar Gmbh who has been active since 2004. The company is a long-term-oriented IPP with in-house development of a pipeline of multiple projects, some of which will be held long term, and some which will be divested to select third parties.

Agriculture & Industrial Food

Agriculture is the business sector where through Gebrüder Clementi Srl and Gala Team, GSC has more than 70 years of family experience. GSC develops agricultural investments focusing on a variety of types and investment sizes: apple, kiwi and plum orchards as well as other agri-investments.

GSC’s extensive experience in growing apples, kiwis and plums led us to enter the Industrial Food sector. The goal is the processing of fresh fruit into high-quality and natural food & beverage products while controlling the whole value chain.

Gebrüder Clementi Srl.

Gebrüder Clementi Srl. is the leading private apple production and retail business in Italy and connected to this business owns and manages 500 hectares of apple production and through its partners processes more than 2,000 hectares. Gebrüder Clementi Srl. gives GSC access to a global network of agricultural companies that manage unparalleled sizes of land.

Società Cooperativa Agricola Laives

Società Cooperativa Agricola Laives was founded by the Clementi family in 1989 and connects around 50 agricultural businesses in Italy managing more than 2,000 hectares of land. 350 hectares are family owned with 45 ha in Emilia-Romagna, 18 ha in Trentino, 194 ha in Veneto – Venice, 72 ha in Veneto – Verona and 10 ha in Lombardia.


FRUUP SRL stands for fruit processing and has the main objective to transform fresh fruits such as apples and kiwis into innovative and revolutionary food & beverage products. The company’s flagship product is Red Moon, an alcohol-free aperitivo made of red flash apples and a touch of fizz (CO2).


Agrinel is an agricultural holding company investing in large-scale agricultural projects including apple and kiwi orchards in Italy. The investment size depends on the agri-specific industry with the most recent investments ranging from 30 hectares – 130 hectares. Agrinel profits from our operational knowledge and our access to distributors and retailers.

Gala Team

Gala Team is one of the leading agricultural development firms in Europe and has developed agricultural projects for governments and agri-investors in Eastern Europe, Italy, Turkey, and the Middle East. Since the 1980s the fruit growing experts have developed more than 55,000 hectares of apple plants for large agricultural conglomerates.



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