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Australian Financial Review: Gelion to launch IPO in London this year
Gelion Technologies, a University of Sydney spin-off that has developed fire resistant zinc-bromide batteries, is planning to list on London Stock Exchange’s Alternative Investment Market (AIM) this year.
Amid ongoing concerns about fires which have plagued lithium-ion batteries around the world including the one at Victoria’s Big Battery in July, Gelion is hoping to capitalise on the interest in an alternative storage option as companies invest in the transition to renewable energy.
Read the full story at the Australian Financial Review.
Gelion successfully completes £4.0m capital raise and welcomes OXLiD¹, a UK lithium sulfur innovator, to the group.
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