Baker McKenzie acted as legal advisor to the shareholders – including OK ekonomisk förening, Skellefteå Kraft, Fredrik Jonsson, Swedbank Robur and Boel Rydenå Swartling among others – in the sale of Charge Amps to NaaS Technology Inc. for SEK 724 million. 

Charge Amps is a leading Sweden-born provider of innovative and sustainable charging solutions for electric vehicles. Charge Amps develops smart and user-friendly products for use in homes, offices, and public places. Charge Amps was founded in 2012 in Stockholm, Sweden, and is undergoing rapid international expansion, with 120 employees in seven countries, and sales across 15 markets. 
NaaS Technology Inc, listed at Nasdaq in the US since 2022, is a subsidiary of Newlinks Technology Limited, a leading energy digitalization group. NaaS provides charging station operators and EV owners with online and offline charging solutions and non-charging value-added services. NaaS also proudly serves charger manufacturers, OEMs and other industry partners, helping to make charging faster, more convenient, with a superior customer experience – and in the process of improving operational efficiency for all parties on the industry value chain.

Baker McKenzie acted as legal advisor with a core team consisting of John Gustafson, Linnea Back, Joakim Falkner, Oscar Bang, Nanna Trulsson, Daniel Högström and Johanna Flink.
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