SEAC Group par­tic­i­pates in E‑Mobility Charge Construct

The e‑mobility start­up from Ingol­stadt has set itself the goal of sig­nif­i­cant­ly accel­er­at­ing the mar­ket ramp-up of pub­lic and com­mer­cial charg­ing infra­struc­ture and thus con­tribut­ing to the ener­gy tran­si­tion and the change towards elec­tric mobil­i­ty. Specif­i­cal­ly, Charge Con­struct sees itself as a full-ser­vice provider for holis­tic charg­ing solu­tions. In addi­tion to focus­ing on the con­struc­tion of High Pow­er Charg­ing (HPC) charg­ing parks, Charge Con­struct sup­ports com­pa­nies of all types and sizes from var­i­ous indus­tries in the imple­men­ta­tion of charg­ing infra­struc­ture projects for their own cor­po­rate fleets.

The SEAC Group devel­ops, con­structs and oper­ates tech­ni­cal­ly high-qual­i­ty solar pow­er plants nation­wide. With a track record of 1.4 GW and a project devel­op­ment port­fo­lio of 2.2 GW, the Group is adding mea­sur­able val­ue to future ener­gy sup­ply. The focus is always on cre­at­ing added val­ue for peo­ple and the envi­ron­ment. In addi­tion to solar pow­er plants, the SEAC Group also oper­ates wind pow­er plants and will now also be active in the field of elec­tric mobil­i­ty in the future with its invest­ment in Charge Con­struct. In the course of the invest­ment, the SEAC Group will also acquire the shares of the pre­vi­ous minor­i­ty share­hold­ers, who will thus leave the com­pa­ny. “We would like to give spe­cial thanks to our pre­vi­ous investors and share­hold­ers who have believed in us and the suc­cess of Charge Con­struct since the very begin­ning and are now clear­ing the way for the next chap­ter,” say Charge Con­struc­t’s two founders and man­ag­ing direc­tors, Adri­an Zier­er and Tim Schwenk.

Charge Con­struct wants to bridge the gap to solar and pho­to­voltaics with SEAC

Not only elec­tro­mo­bil­i­ty, but also the solar and pho­to­volta­ic indus­try is cur­rent­ly expe­ri­enc­ing an unbro­ken and unprece­dent­ed upswing. Increas­ing­ly, solu­tions and tech­nolo­gies from these areas are in demand togeth­er. Using local­ly and self-pro­duced solar pow­er to charge elec­tric vehi­cles is an obvi­ous choice. With the addi­tion of SEAC Group as a share­hold­er, Charge Con­struct secures access to renew­able ener­gy exper­tise and addi­tion­al 7‑figure growth capital.

“We are increas­ing­ly find­ing that cus­tomers want solar and pho­to­voltaics to be includ­ed in the con­cepts in addi­tion to charg­ing solu­tions for elec­tric vehi­cles. Con­verse­ly, the top­ic of charg­ing infra­struc­ture often plays an impor­tant role as soon as cus­tomers start look­ing at solar and pho­to­voltaics. How­ev­er, there are hard­ly any com­pa­nies today that can bring these two worlds togeth­er and offer them,” describes Adri­an Zier­er, Co-Founder and CEO of Charge Con­struct. “We were there­fore on the look­out for a strate­gic part­ner who could pro­vide us with access to these tech­nolo­gies and enable us to con­tin­ue to oper­ate inde­pen­dent­ly in the e‑mobility indus­try. We have been in exchange with sev­er­al poten­tial part­ners and investors over the past months. We would like to take this oppor­tu­ni­ty to thank all of them for the trust­ing and open dis­cus­sions,” empha­sizes Adri­an Zier­er. “With SEAC Group, we have now found such a part­ner and will be able to offer our cus­tomers inte­grat­ed renew­able ener­gy con­cepts in the future. In addi­tion, we will use Abdelilah Zaa­farane’s entre­pre­neur­ial expe­ri­ence, espe­cial­ly with regard to scal­ing and inter­na­tion­al­iza­tion of orga­ni­za­tions, for us and the entire company.”

With the par­tic­i­pa­tion, SEAC Group expands its com­mit­ment with­in renew­able ener­gies and under­lines its ambi­tions in the field of sus­tain­abil­i­ty: “We are aware of the respon­si­bil­i­ty to cre­ate the nec­es­sary charg­ing infra­struc­ture of and for tomor­row in addi­tion to the expan­sion of renew­able ener­gies. We are there­fore par­tic­u­lar­ly pleased to make this con­tri­bu­tion with the Charge Con­struct team in the future” says Abdelilah Zaa­farane, CEO and Founder of SEAC Group.