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Diversified Investment with a Purpose

Diversify. It’s the most widely-adopted approach to investing, proven time and again to minimize risks and ensure profits.

It’s also the first word many investors will think of when observing Gaensel Energy Group Inc.’s (OTC: GEGR) growing portfolio, with assets in Biotech, Cryptocurrency, green renewable energy technologies, Software/Gaming and VR, Health, Beauty and Fashion, Technology, CRM & Data, Commodities, Retail Coffee, as well as General Contracting and Patented Building supplies. Far from being a Jack of All Trades and Master of None, the company applies a deliberate, proven investment strategy to pursuing each new acquisition, regardless of its respective industry.

At their core, Gaensel Energy Group is an acquisition incubator, purchasing companies and patents built by passionate visionaries. They find companies “taking baby steps” toward their potential, as Chief Financial Officer, Peter Koley puts it, then offering those companies the opportunity to thrive. And that approach has proven profitable for the team at Gaensel Energy Group, grossing $77.9 million in sales in 2021 at a 46.3% operating margin.

Key Investment Considerations

Diversified Holdings

Gaensel’s portfolio covers a broad range of industries, proving there is no market they will shy away from. Most recently, the company announced the sale of its CBD hemp division, which included ​​which consists of Flowers Trade SRL, Flowers Lab SRL, and Curatio Life Sciences, Inc. The purchaser is headed by Jose Salazar who also owns FlashZero, Inc., a Wyoming-based company currently on the Expert Market with OTC Markets.

View descriptions of Gaensel Energy Group’s diverse projects here.

Managed Risks

Gaensel employs a very specific strategy when assessing potential investment opportunities, proven to minimize risks and produce profits.

Experienced Management

Gaensel Energy Group’s management includes specialized teams for each division of the company’s holdings. This includes founders of companies who have agreed to continue with their projects, as well as actively seeking similar partners for expansion.

A Profit-Producing Approach

Gaensel Energy Group utilizes a growth-driven acquisition strategy, seeking returns on investments in excess of 35%. In 2021, they outpaced that mark with a 42% return YTD.

Acquisitions aren’t made on speculation. Management researches potential investment opportunities based on the modeling of valuation ranges compared to market values. As a result of their risk-averse strategy, the company seeks to maintain a lower correlation to the overall movement of the market.

In total, the company has successfully organized 15 investment/acquisitions in Colombia, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, and the United States by June 30, 2021. A year later, their portfolio included more than 20 total wholly and partially-owned subsidiaries. As shown, their investments span a diverse base of business sectors, and their approach to it all has proven successful for both shareholders and the companies they invest in. Partner companies grossed over $31 million in revenues for the first half of the year, with $23 million in profit ). By the end of the year, the company’s assets had topped $55 million. As mentioned, they grossed $77.9 million in sales with a 46.3% operating margin. And all this was accomplished in the face of a global pandemic and financial crisis.

Gaensel’s Green Consortium

By mid-2022, Gaensel touted several partnerships in renewable energy, announcing the acquisition of majority control partnership interest in the Green Solution & LNG Consortium. The consortium was established in 2019, consisting of several different green and renewable energy companies that hold contracts amounting to more than €200 million in 2022 and 2023 with an average net margin of 15%.

“The Green Solution & LNG Consortium acquisition and partnership provides a long term investment and opportunity for our shareholders to lead renewable energy solutions in Europe but also integrate our partners into the North and South America markets,” says President Peter Koley. “The Company will be releasing additional information including the complete partnership list and projects of the Consortium.”

Observational Management

Gaensel Energy has a refreshing, hands-off approach to managing their investments. The company prides itself on being a resource for their acquisitions to thrive, not one to come in and shake things up.

“If the management looks good, we come in and we leave them in place,” says Chief Financial Officer, Peter Koley, pointing out that owners and executives regularly maintain the freedom to pursue their original ideas.

Among Gaensel’s acquisitions are firms that didn’t need to be saved, “they just need extra oxygen to move forward with their plans,” Peter continues. “They’re in a period where they can really start to grow but they have cash flow problems. So we’ve just been coming in on the backside, trying to look and see what we can do to help a lot of these companies (and) improve their cash flow status.”

Some Intriguing Investments

With more than a dozen acquisitions and presumably more to come, below are just a few of the most intriguing, unique, and even exciting investments Gaensel has made:

Going Green with Crypto

In 2009, one could “mine” Bitcoin, today’s most popular (and highest valued) cryptocurrency with a simple desktop computer system in everyday homes. Today that same process requires a room full of high-powered, expensive machines. If companies were still running their same mining operations in living rooms today, a single home energy bill would cost about $12,500 in one month. Annually, the process of creating Bitcoin consumes around 91 terawatt-hours of electricity. This is more than is used by Finland, a nation of about 5.5 million.

As revolutionary as cryptocurrency may be, it is leaving a heavy energy footprint on the environment. 

This makes Gaensel Energy Group’s investment in crypto truly exciting. As the market for crypto reached $3 trillion in 2021, Gaensel acquired Idroelettrica Torrente Otro S.r.l. as part of a business plan to set up a mining operation for crypto by using the green energy that will be generated by the plant. The resulting BitGoGreen initiative will create a unique crypto operation, fully powered by hydroelectricity. 

“We believe it is crucial that most of the energy consumption comes from natural resources. Our goal is to have the lowest carbon footprint in the industry,” the company wrote. “In this way, GEGR will enter in one of the key-tech areas of development for the coming years with a sustainability approach to reduce at minimum terms the impact on climate change.” 

Learn More About BitGoGreen.

All Charged Up

Another of Ganesel’s ambitious ventures has to do with their goal of developing renewable energy solutions as alternatives to fossil fuels. To facilitate this, Gaensel’s (OTC Pink: GEGR) Protonstar Sagl has developed and currently holds the patent for a hydrogen nickel-based energy storage system.

“Protonstar provided an unmissable opportunity to get in on a project that will disrupt the energy market and offer major breakthroughs for clean energy,” says Peter Koley, Chief Financial Officer, Gaensel Energy Group. “Moving away from fossil fuels as climate change poses a greater and greater threat means a demand for reliable and sustainable energy sources, worldwide.”

It’s a good decision on the company’s part, given that the global battery market size was valued at USD 108.4 billion in 2019 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 14.1% by 2027. The battery market is becoming increasingly more important given that renewable energy sources like solar power are capable of producing more energy than is needed at any given time. In order to maximize efficiency, there needs to be a way to store this surplus energy, and that’s where these batteries come in.

An additional benefit of this battery technology is that they are built to withstand many intense conditions. That said, initial developmental trials have revealed that very low temperatures do seem to reduce the battery’s performance. Though the use of hydrogen in this technology has been a source of concern for some, investors should know that the Protonstar battery is designed to only release hydrogen when needed. The battery also features a metallic lattice that eliminates the risk of explosion and is designed to release hydrogen with zero environmental impact.

This one venture is just a single drop in the ocean for Gaensel’s renewable energy efforts.

A Stake in Regenerative Medicine 2.0

Western medicine relies heavily on the use of prescribed drugs, which often risk side effects and rarely come with regenerative benefits. Cellular therapy, on the other hand, comes with the possibility of regenerating entire tissues and restoring a healthier, stronger body.

In 2021, Gaensel acquired a stake in ReYou Suisse, an innovative start-up in Switzerland specializing in regenerative medicine 2.0. 

Thanks to their potential for self-renewal and differentiation into different types of cells, and their safety, stem cells will in the near future allow to treat diseases that were previously considered incurable,” ReYou Suisse writes. “The growing interest of medical science in this new therapeutic frontier is evidenced by the growing number of clinical trials initiated and conducted worldwide: in 2009 there were 9; in 2018 there were 244.”

The investment in ReYouSuisse highlighted Gaensel’s attention to the future of health technology, having acquired Swiss Stem Cells Biotech just days earlier. SSCB was founded as a private bank for the cryopreservation of human stem cells obtained from blood and cord tissue for both autologous and allogeneic intra-family use, and it is the only private stem cell biobank in Switzerland.

Rentecelt however, Ganesel has agreed to terminate 100% of its interests in both ReYouSuisse and Swiss Stem Cells Biotech due to financial issues relating to US-based ownership of Switzerland-based companies. The upside of this is that Gaensel, has been authorized to establish branches of both companies in the United States, giving it exclusive rights in North and South America, including Canada. Additionally, Gaensel will retain 50% of the ownership of the US branches, including technological and intellectual property.


The Future of Gaming 

Virtual reality (VR) in the gaming market was valued at $7.7 billion in 2019 and is projected to reach $42.50 billion by 2025, registering a CAGR of 32.75% over the forecast period, 2020 – 2025. In that time, according to NewGenApps, the worldwide user base of AR and VR games is expected to grow to 216 million users.

Capitalizing on that projected growth, Gaensel acquired a majority stake in Metro VR Studios, a Massachusetts-based developer of virtual reality games for PS4 and Oculus. 

While Metro VR continues to develop and launch highly-rated games since the acquisition, they’ve also applied their technology to the media and music sectors of the VR consumer industry. Metro entered the fast-growing field by releasing their first fully-immersive VR music video, ‘Me To You,’

Gaensel’s involvement with Metro VR isn’t limited to the media side of the VR industry. Recently, Gaensel announced a joint development agreement between Metro VR Studios and School Responder,, of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Once complete, this partnership will result in a VR/MR communication process and EdTech system designed to enhance student health, wellness, and safety.

The School Responder’s current platforms, SchoolResponderTM (K-12) and CampusResponderTM (Colleges and Universities), were built to help ensure that education facilities would be able to follow new federal and state laws regarding incident reporting and communication resource plans.

The partnership with Metro VR brings these already-robust platforms into the metaverse. Now, students can access these platforms via their phones as a resource for help, health, and safety reporting. Soon they’ll be able to do so in the virtual reality universe. And given that more and more students are immersing themselves in the metaverse, adapting Responder to function as a VR/MR solution is a unique way to meet students in a place where they feel safe and comfortable.

“Our proprietary development platform enables us to deliver VR videogames and educational software to every VR headset on the market,” added Scott Matalon, President of MetroVR Studios. “We see the Metaverse migration as inevitable, but it will require critical connective ‘hooks’ from the Metaverse back to real-world safety nets and support. It’s an honor for us to use our technology helping the people who inhabit the worlds we create.”


Key Partners, Investments, and Holdings:


Forom SRL, Italy (50% ownership) 

Italpose SRL, Italy (50% ownership) 

Iscom Spa, Italy (100% ownership) 

Green Energy

LB Energia SRL (30% ownership)

Consorzio Green Solution & GNL

Filmilan Productions SRL 

Simeti SRL (65% ownership) 

BioEnerzyne (50% ownership) 

Zuc Energy (50% ownership) 

ProtonStar SAGL (30% ownership) 

Data Management and Software

VR Metro Studios, Inc., USA (80% ownership) 

Oversky SL, Spain (50% ownership) 

Suite 110 SRL, Italy (50% ownership) 

Gate SRL (40% ownership)

Esarch Hi-Tech SRL (60% ownership) 

Automec SRL (40% ownership) 

Coffee Products

Montenapoleone 1838 SRL (100% ownership)

Tiburon Cafe Holding SRL (70% ownership) 

Europa 93 CAffe SRL, Italy (50% ownership) 

Bottega Del Caffe SRL, Italy (50% ownership) 

Officina Dell Cialda, SRL, Italy (50% ownership) 


Swiss Stem Cells Biotech, Switzerland (30% ownership + 20% options) 

ReYou Suisse, Switzerland (30% ownership + 20% options)

Luxury and Beauty Products

Angelo Caroli SRL, Italy (50% ownership) 


ILDA Investment Ltd., England (10% ownership) 


Flowers Trade SRL (100% ownership)

Flowers Lab SRL (100% ownership)

Curatio Life Sciences (100% ownership)


Gaensel May Be Undervalued Now, But for How Long?

We have watched Gaensel Energy Group grow for some time now through its own acquisitions, its balance sheet, and just as important, through the success its subsidiaries are experiencing as well. Just take a look at key figured of its latest annual financial report: Total Assets increased from $462,958 on 31st December 2020 to $56,142,553 on 31st December 2021, a change of 12,127% in one year; Consolidated Gross Revenue increased from $0 on 31st December 2020 to $77,940,892 on 31st December 2021. The company also reported a reductiobn of 23% of its outstanding shares — all positive trends that signal increasing value. Whether Gaensel Energy is a company added to your watchlist or one that’s impressed you enough to invest right away, it won’t take long for other investors to take notice should Gaensel continue on its current trajectory.

In other words, Gaensel Energy Group won’t be an undervalued move forever.


Gaensel Energy News 


See more Gaensel Energy Group news and press releases here


Peter Koley, CEO 

Born in Wisconsin in 1965, Mr. Koley holds dual citizenship in the United States and Switzerland and resides in Rome. Mr. Koley brings vast business experience in corporate finance, merger and acquisitions and development.

Paolo Giardino, CFO

Paolo Giordani is the founder of law firm “L4L Legal Advice Plc” and he is a lawyer specialized in finance and business development with an extraordinary experience in providing value for his partners.



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