SolarEdge To Acquire Energy Storage Company Kokam

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    Israel-based smart energy and inverter company SolarEdge announced on Thursday its intention to acquire battery manufacturer Kokam in a deal expected to be worth approximately $88 million.

    SolarEdge announced that it would acquire approximately 75% of outstanding equity shares in Kokam for approximately $88 million, and would seek to acquire the remainder of the shares in the near future. SolarEdge expects the deal to be approved and closed in the coming weeks, and will look to purchase the remaining outstanding equity shares currently listed on the Korean over-the-counter exchange through open market purchases and otherwise, resulting in Kokam becoming a wholly-owned subsidiary of SolarEdge.
    Source: cleantechnica

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