H2PLT aims to raise €15m shortly from going public on Spanish stock exchange

Green hydrogen company H2PLT has officially filed its application to go public on BME Scaleup, the new trading segment of Spain’s stock exchange.

The renewable energy company, founded by entrepreneur Sisco Sapena, also founder and CEO of Lleida.net, expects to raise around €15m in the coming months and plans to ‘ring the bell’ between December and January 2024.

During the next five years, H2PLT seeks to raise €85m to expand its production capacity throughout Spain.

According to Sapena, “Going public on BME Scaleup is a key step in our path towards growth and consolidation of a new ecosystem model in the field of green hydrogen.”

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