Norton Rose Fulbright advises Tiger Infrastructure Partners on investment in e-charging station manufacturer and operator Qwello

Germany Press release - Business November 2021

Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has advised Tiger Infrastructure Partners on its €50 million investment in Qwello GmbH, an electric vehicle charge point developer and operator.

Tiger Infrastructure Partners is a private equity firm that invests in mid-market infrastructure businesses and targets investments in communications, energy transition, transportation and related sectors, primarily in North America and Europe.

Qwello offers turnkey charging solutions and provides all elements of charge point infrastructure service, including hardware and software development, installation, operation and maintenance. Qwello focuses on constructing and operating charging poles at public locations in partnership with major local municipalities.

Tiger Infrastructure Partners have closely followed the electric vehicle charging sector in recent years as the industry is poised for significant growth. With their investment, Qwello is ideally positioned to help cities across Europe meet the urgent and growing need for public charging infrastructure for electric vehicles.

The transaction team was led by partner Dr Klaus Bader (corporate M&A – head of energy, Europe). He was supported by partners Dirk Trautmann (project finance – head of infrastructure, Europe) and Jürgen Werner (partner procurement, antitrust and competition), counsel Dr Felix Dinger (regulatory), senior associates Rima Dressler (corporate M&A – lead associate) and Tiffany Zilliox (IP), associates Marianne Milovanov and Sebastian Eisenhut (both corporate M&A) and transaction specialist Tobias Grans.

Norton Rose Fulbright’s German energy team is fully integrated within the global practice, which forms one of the largest global energy teams of any law firm in the world. The firm’s reputation as a global market leader was built on the foundations of its award winning clean energy projects and climate change practices.

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