Meridiam new shareholder of Allego
Today Meridiam has signed an agreement to acquire Allego. The deal will enable both companies to accelerate the transition to e-mobility. Allego’s new shareholder is an independent global investment firm specializing in the development, financing, and management of long-term and sustainable public infrastructure projects.
Meridiam views Allego’s acquisition as a strategic step towards a time where the transition to e-mobility is in full swing. Allego will continue to operate independent and under its own brand.
Allego will be committed in full in working on our charging solutions and very much appreciate that our ongoing mission and belief in e-mobility has been endorsed so strongly by Meridiam. With the new shareholder Allego will strengthen its position in its markets and contribute significantly to the realization of clean e-mobility throughout Europe. The acquisition will expand the service offerings for both companies. It will further extend the reach into key vertical industries and European countries including a strong financial investment.
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Meridiam was founded in 2005 by Thierry Déau, with the belief that the alignment of interests between the public and private sector can provide critical solutions to the collective needs of communities. Meridiam is an independent investment firm specializing in the development, financing, and management of long-term and sustainable public infrastructure projects. With offices in New York, Paris, Toronto, Luxembourg, Istanbul, Vienna, Addis Ababa and Dakar, Meridiam currently manages 6.2 billion Euros of assets, and more than 60 projects under development, construction, or in operation to date. www.Meridiam.com