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Gelion has completed an IPO and placing

Gelion plc has raised funds to invest in the growth of its zinc-bromide technology and to develop its mobile energy division to enhance existing lithium-ion and lithium-sulfur battery technologies used in electric vehicles and the emerging market in electric aviation.

Gelion is a global renewable energy storage innovator. By designing leading-edge battery technology for stationary and mobile energy, the company supports the transition to a sustainable economy while delivering value for customers and investors.

Oaklins Cavendish’s sister firm finnCap, based in the UK, acted as nominated advisor and sole broker to the transaction.

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Funding, debt advisory & ECM
Parties
“Gelion’s highly successful IPO was in no small part thanks to the efforts of its nomad and broker who introduced us to many blue-chip funds and supported all aspects of the listing process with the utmost professionalism.”

Andrew Grimes

CEO, Gelion plc

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 Christopher  Raggett

Christopher Raggett

Partner
London, United Kingdom
Oaklins Cavendish

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