Green hydrogen marvel bound for blockbuster IPO

With an IPO, Green Hydrogen Systems can expect DKK 5-10bn in funding. Carnegie, ABG Sundal Collier and JP Morgan are paving the way to ensure the company’s entry onto the official list.

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Several investment banks are working hard to prepare an initial public offering for Danish electrolysis system manufacturer Green Hydrogen Systems (GHS) sometime this year in what might become the largest of its kind since the 2018 IPO of domestic IT consultancy Netcompany.

Select institutional investors have already attended initial meetings with GHS, which Finans’ sources characterize as “a new Vestas”.

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