Eversheds Sutherland has advised Shell on the deal.
ubitricity, which is based in Berlin and London, is one of the leading providers of on-street charging and billing solutions for electric vehicles (EV). The company is active in a number of European countries and operates the UK’s largest EV public charging network with over 2,700 charge points.
Sellers include the founders of ubitricity Gesellschaft für verteilte Energiesysteme mbH as well as further shareholders, including Heinz Dürr Invest, the Siemens subsidiary Next47, Honda, EDF, earlybird and VC Fonds Technologie Berlin.
The Eversheds Sutherland team which advised Shell on the transaction was led by Maximilian Findeisen (Picture), and included Martin Bechtold, Partner, Foreign Trade, Munich; Martin Weitenberg, Partner, Energy, Dusseldorf; Jubilee Easo, Partner, Energy, London; Fabrice Witzke, Counsel, Foreign Trade, Munich; Carsten Eichler, Counsel Public Procurement, Munich; and Associate Philip Kuehn, Associate, Commercial, Hamburg.
Involved fees earner: Martin Bechtold – Eversheds Sutherland; Jubilee Easo – Eversheds Sutherland; Carsten Eichler – Eversheds Sutherland; Maximilian Findeisen – Eversheds Sutherland; Philip Kuhn – Eversheds Sutherland; Martin Weitenberg – Eversheds Sutherland; Fabrice Witzke – Eversheds Sutherland;
Law Firms: Eversheds Sutherland;