The Norwegian Competition Authority introduces merger disclosure requirements for five largest operators in the market for rapid and ultra-rapid charging of electric cars (Mer / Recharge / Tesla / Eviny / Circle K)

Disclosure requirements for companies operating in the electric car charging market* The Norwegian Competition Authority introduces disclosure requirements for the five largest operators in the market for rapid and ultra-rapid charging of electric cars. This means that the companies Mer, Recharge, Tesla, Eviny and Circle K now must inform the Authority about all acquisitions and mergers they are involved in. Electric cars account for an ever-increasing share of new car sales in Norway, and the market for rapid and ultra-rapid charging of electric cars is growing. We see that in several places in Norway there is a limited

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Norwegian Competition Authority, The Norwegian Competition Authority introduces merger disclosure requirements for five largest operators in the market for rapid and ultra-rapid charging of electric cars (Mer / Recharge / Tesla / Eviny / Circle K), 21 January 2022, e-Competitions January 2022, Art. N° 107505

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