Statkraft is looking for NOK 3 billion for corporate freight

Statkraft is looking for NOK 3 billion for corporate freight

Statkraft is considering opportunities to invite new owners to Mer Shipping. This is what Statkraft writes in one message Monday.

says MER President Christopher Thuner today’s work That in order to participate in the giant electric vehicle supercharger transformation in Europe, the company estimates that it needs NOK three billion in new equity capital.

Mer’s majority owner, Statkraft, has hired Carnegie and Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken as financial advisors, it has been reported.

Thoner and the rest of Mer’s management are being sent on the road starting this week to woo investors.

The alternative that has been brought to the table is a full initial public offering of the company, DN writes further.

– The only thing we’re saying is that Statkraft will continue to hold majority shares in the company, and that we’re looking for NOK 3 billion in equity, Statkraft’s CEO J├╝rgen Tschube told the business newspaper.

Inviting more Mer shareholders will allow the company to accelerate growth in the number of charging stations in Northern Europe, and take a greater place in the global shift towards emissions-free transport, says Tzschoppe in the announcement.

We will use the necessary time to assess the best ownership structure for Mer in the future. He adds that taking a leading role in electric vehicle charging is a good example of how we at Statkraft are following our strategy of developing and growing new green energy technology through partnerships.

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