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Global: Five largest Private Equity/Venture Financing deals by value in the Power & Utilities sector driven by Batteries (LTM June 2022)

  • A total of 113 Private Equity/Venture Financing deals (pending and completed) were announced in the Global Power & Utilities sector driven by Batteries, in the last twelve months resulting in a total deal value of over $24,194.5 million. In the LTM period, September 2021 turned out to be the most prolific in terms of deal size, with a total deal value of $99.0 million, resulting in an average deal value of $1,459.2 million during that month. On the other hand, the month of October 2021 was the most prolific in terms of deal volume, recording a total of 13 deals being made, with average deal value of $43.9 million during that month.

  • Of the 113 deals, the deal secured between Alberta Investment Management Corp; Brookfield Asset Management Inc; The Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan (HOOPP); The Investment Management Corporation of Ontario and AusNet Services Ltd, was the largest Private Equity/Venture Financing deal in the Global Power & Utilities sector driven by Batteries, which was valued at $12,853.9 million and was completed on September 19, 2021. The second-largest deal was between AMF Pensionsforsakring AB; AP1; Baillie Gifford & Co; Baron Capital Management; Bridford Investments Limited; Compagnia di San Paolo; Cristina Stenbeck; Daniel Ek; EIT InnoEnergy; Fourth Swedish National Pension Fund; Goldman Sachs Asset Management LP; IMAS Foundation; Norrsken VC; OMERS Capital Markets; PCS Holding AG; Scania AB; Second Swedish National Pension Fund; Stena Metall AB; The Third Swedish National Pension Fund (Tredje AP-fonden); Volkswagen AG and Northvolt AB, while the third-largest deal was between Bank of China Group Investment Limited; CCB Investment; China Renaissance Holdings Ltd; Country Garden Venture Capital; IDG Capital; JZ Capital Partners Ltd; National Fund for Technology Transfer and Commercialization; Oceanpine Capital; Sany Group Co Ltd; SDIC Innovation Investment Management Co Ltd; Shenzhen Capital Group Co., Ltd; Xiaomi Corp and SVOLT Energy Technology Europe GmbH. The AMF Pensionsforsakring AB; AP1; Baillie Gifford & Co; Baron Capital Management; Bridford Investments Limited; Compagnia di San Paolo; Cristina Stenbeck; Daniel Ek; EIT InnoEnergy; Fourth Swedish National Pension Fund; Goldman Sachs Asset Management LP; IMAS Foundation; Norrsken VC; OMERS Capital Markets; PCS Holding AG; Scania AB; Second Swedish National Pension Fund; Stena Metall AB; The Third Swedish National Pension Fund (Tredje AP-fonden); Volkswagen AG-Northvolt AB deal and the Bank of China Group Investment Limited; CCB Investment; China Renaissance Holdings Ltd; Country Garden Venture Capital; IDG Capital; JZ Capital Partners Ltd; National Fund for Technology Transfer and Commercialization; Oceanpine Capital; Sany Group Co Ltd; SDIC Innovation Investment Management Co Ltd; Shenzhen Capital Group Co., Ltd; Xiaomi Corp-SVOLT Energy Technology Europe GmbH deal were valued at $2,750.0 million and $1,590.7 million, respectively. The fourth-largest deal was between BANK OF CHINA INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT CO., LTD; CCB Investment; Country Garden Venture Capital; Haisong Capital; Huaxing Capital Group; IDG Capital, Inc.; Jiuzhi Capital; National Science and Technology Achievement Transformation Guidance Fund; Sany Heavy Industry Co Ltd; SDIC China Merchants Investment Management Co., Ltd; Shenzhen Venture Capital Investment Co Ltd; Xiaomi Corp-Honeycomb Energy valued at $1,581.2 million, whereas the deal between Advantage Capital; CDH Investment Management Company Limited; Changzhou Xingyu Automotive Lighting Systems Co Ltd; China Shift Capital; DAZU Laser Technology Co. Ltd; Industrial Bank Co Ltd; PICC Capital Investment Management Company Limited; Sichuan Energy Investment Development Co Ltd; Taikang Investment-Honeycomb Energy valued at $941.8 million was the fifth-largest deal.

  • Cumulatively, the top five deals amounted to $19,717.63 million and accounted for nearly 81.50% of the total deals (by value) announced during the last twelve months. By region, Asia-Pacific accounted for 74.30% of the total Private Equity/Venture Financing deals done globally, and recorded a total deal value of $17,975.9 million, which accounted for 26.55% of the total deal size on a global scale.

Global: Five largest Private Equity/Venture Financing deals by value in the Power & Utilities sector driven by Batteries (LTM June 2022)

Published: June 2022
Source: GlobalData



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