Osborne Clarke has advised eCAPITAL on the venture capital investor-led financing round for Numbat. As part of the financing round, the seed investors, including sonnen founder Christoph Ostermann, also increased their investments.
The cleantech start-up Numbat from Kempten (Allgäu) combines three worlds with its patented technology: A fast charging column (HPC) for the trendy topic of e-mobility, an integrated battery storage for energy management solutions and all this with an environmentally friendly approach to climate change, especially with the patented multi-lifecycle concept.
With the successful financing round, Numbat wants to continue its growth course with a mid-double-digit million amount in Germany and Europe and revolutionise the energy and mobility market. 600 additional systems are already planned for 2023. With this, Numbat is accelerating the expansion of further locations for a nationwide fast charging network to achieve its goal of becoming the leading provider of fast charging infrastructure in Europe.
Venture capital investor eCAPITAL, advised by Osborne Clarke, focuses on early and growth stage deep tech companies with a positive impact on society. eCAPITAL is based in Germany and invests in the areas of sustainability, enterprise software, cybersecurity, IoT and new materials with its own funds totalling over EUR 280 million. In addition to financial resources, eCAPITAL offers its portfolio companies strategic support and access to an international network of entrepreneurs, scientists, investors and founders and was lead investor in various deep-tech companies such as sonnen, Novaled or Jedox, which were sold very successfully to international strategists or investors.
The team advising eCAPITAL under the partner responsibility of Benjamin Monheim (Corporate / VC) and the lead of Maximilian Vocke consisted of Robert Marx (both Corporate / VC), Dr. Alexander Dlouhy and Dr. Karla Klasen (Energy Law), Julia Kaufmann and Dr. Florian Eisenmenger (both Data Protection / IT) as well as Kamissa Kruse and Karina Naumann (both Employment).