British Energy Company Centrica Leads Round for Electric Vehicle Charging Network
Tel Aviv-based Driivz develops and sells an electric vehicle charging network management software
Lilach Baumer | 15:17 06.08.2018
British energy company Centrica PLC has co-led a $12 million round for electric vehicle charging company Driivz Ltd., Centrica announced Monday. London-based investment firm Ombu Group Ltd. was the other leader for the investment.
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Following the investment, Centrica will also integrate Driivz's platform into an intelligent electric vehicle charging service for organizations.