Une augmentation de capital pour accompagner le développement de GIREVE

A capital increase to support Gireve’s development

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Paris 21 June 2021 – The FMET (Fonds de Modernisation Ecologique des Transports) managed by Demeter,  Caisse des Dépôts, EDF, Enedis, the Renault Group and the  CNR (Compagnie Nationale du Rhône), shareholders of GIREVE launch a capital increase to support its growth and strengthen its position as a central player in electromobility

A capital increase to support the strong growth of GIREVE.

Despite the Covid crisis, GIREVE has reported a strong growth in activity in 2020, which attests to the dynamism of the electric mobility sector in Europe.

Thanks to its central positioning and its detailed knowledge of the ecosystem, GIREVE is developing new intermediations, high value-added consulting, and training services, and is involved in numerous European initiatives with public and private players.

By structuring the market on issues as diverse as Plug & Charge, Smart Charge, MAAS and infrastructure rollout plan, GIREVE is establishing itself as a key player to support the development of all stakeholders in the sector.

A renewed trust in the expansion of GIREVE’s activities and in its role as a structuring player in the market.

For Eric Plaquet, President of GIREVE: “This new fund raising is in line with the acceleration of the growth of the activity, with a volume of transactions higher than expected and an exponential increase in the volume of processed data. It consolidates GIREVE’s position as a digital platform for charging, and GIREVE can fully assume its structuring role in all the challenges of the sector.

This capital increase is the sign of a renewed trust of the historical investors in the diversification of the company’s activities as well as the relevance of GIREVE as a trusted third party in the charging value chain.

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