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And the ChargePoint acquisition spree keeps on-a rollin’. Just three weeks prior, the company snapped upped Austria’s e-mobility solutions provider has.to.be for a cool €250 million, and today, announced the acquisition of eBus and commercial fleet management platform ViriCiti for €75 million. Founded in 2012, ViriCiti’s mission is to
Salzburg-based EV charging platform has.to.be has been acquired by North American firm ChargePoint for a total purchase price of approximately €250 Million. The transaction currency will consist of cash and stock and is expected to close this year, subject, of course, to customary regulatory approvals. The 125 strong Austro/German
Bavarian high-power charging station network IONITY has announced a fresh €700 million investment round. Manufacturer agnostic, IONITY’s charging stations are present in 24 countries, with the new juice powering up further European expansion plans. The company aims to quadruple the number of charging points to some 7,000 by 2024.
London-based EV charging point aggregator Bonnet has secured $1.26 million in new funding. In addition to availability reports, the startup also offers cost-effective vehicle charging payment plans that can be rolled over from month to month. The new funding is expected to further grow the team as well as
Happy Friday! This week, our research team tracked more than 81 tech funding deals worth more than €3.3 billion, and about 26 exits, M&A transactions, and rumours, and related news stories across Europe (including Russia, Israel, and Turkey). As always, we are putting all of them together for you
Happy Friday! This week, our research team tracked more than 86 tech funding deals worth more than €1.4 billion, and about 18 exits, M&A transactions, and rumours across Europe, including Russia, Israel, and Turkey. As always, we are putting all of them together for you in a handy list sent in