Bramble Energy secures £35m to fund its game changing technology to support net zero mission

London-based fuel cell company Bramble Energy has closed a £35million investment round to help further expand its game changing capabilities in solving key challenges in the production and implementation of hydrogen fuel cell stacks.

This investment has been led by HydrogenOne Capital Growth plc and is supported by the existing institutional investors (BGFIP GroupParkwalk Advisors and the UCL Technology Fund) and will allow Bramble Energy to roll out its portable power products globally as well as continue to develop its liquid cooled fuel cell stack capability.

It’s been such a pleasure to see a team and technology I first met when they were working from a basement lab in UCL, build such an impressive business. Tom and Vidal are two hugely talented individuals who have taken ground breaking research and turned it into real products. From the bench top models I saw back in 2018 to units that now power lighting rigs and CCTV cameras across the country and even the first Bramble powered van. What a privilege to be part of their journey!

David Grimm, Investment Director, UCL Technology Fund

Through this phase, Bramble Energy will move another step closer to becoming the go-to name in scalable fuel cell technology and at the same time become a leading UK-based net zero success story.

Read the full story from Bramble.

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