Shell completes acquisition of ubitricity
Feb 26, 2021
Shell has completed the acquisition of ubitricity, aleading European provider of on-street charging for electric vehicles (EVs) following receipt of all necessary regulatory clearance. ubitricity becomes a wholly owned subsidiary of Shell, within its Mobility division.
The deal to acquire ubitricity was announced on 25 January, online here.
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Powering more of the cars we drive with clean energy is essential to addressing both growing CO2 emissions and air pollution across the UK. That’s why Shell is investing in EV infrastructure to meet the electric mobility charging needs of electric vehicle drivers – at home, at work or on the go.
As one of the world’s largest energy suppliers, Shell has played a part in the essential journeys people make every day for well over a century. Our aim now is to become one of the largest electric charging solutions providers globally, meeting customer demand at home, at work or on the go.
Broadening its current range of EV charging solutions, Shell supports the shift to low-carbon transport by offering electric vehicle drivers public on-street charge points integrated into existing street infrastructure.
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