Articles tagged with: Ipo

Feature
Analysis

Is the ‘SPAC track’ the fast lane to growth… or the road to ruin?

1 Mar 2021, 07:19 • By Charles Lesser
Is the ‘SPAC track’ the fast lane to growth… or the road to ruin?

The sudden and rapid use of Special Purpose Acquisition Companies (SPACs) to launch privately-held companies into publicly-listed entities is a minor phenomenon of our time and some players in clean energy industries including energy storage, have been quick to join the wave. It can work out really well, but it can also all end in tears: so choose wisely, says Charles Lesser, partner at Apricum - The Cleantech Advisory.

Alfen’s owner Infestos confirms Dutch Euronext IPO

Alfen’s owner Infestos confirms Dutch Euronext IPO

1 Mar 2018, 13:16

Dutch energy storage system and related technologies provider Alfen has confirmed its IPO and listing on the Amsterdam Euronext stock exchange, first announced in December 2017, will go ahead.

Interviews
Sonnen CEO: US$85 million investment will grow international presence and new business models alike

Sonnen CEO: US$85 million investment will grow international presence and new business models alike

17 Oct 2016, 15:43
• By Andy Colthorpe

Germany headquartered “intelligent battery storage” and energy services provider Sonnen has just obtained US$85 million in its fourth financing round, from a range of investors. The company said the funds would be used both home and abroad, with Sonnen operating in markets including Italy, Australia, the US and the UK. Andy Colthorpe spoke with the company’s CEO Christoph Ostermann to learn more.

Trina Best targets IPO by 2020, vertical integration

Trina Best targets IPO by 2020, vertical integration

23 Jun 2016, 13:24

Trina Best, the energy storage company begun as part of Trina Solar but now a separate entity in its own right, wants to go public by 2020 and has not ruled out building its own battery cell production facilities in future.