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Gelion PLC
27 July 2022

Gelion plc

("Gelion" or the "Company")

Block Admission Return

The Company provides the following update in accordance with Schedule Six of the AIM Rules for Companies regarding its existing block listing arrangements:



Name of company


Gelion plc


Name of scheme


Gelion plc scheme:                                                 Shares


Existing Share Option Plan                               8,100,000



Period of return (from/ to)


26 January 2022 to 26 July 2022


Number and Class of Securities not issued at the start of the period under the scheme 

8,100,000 ordinary shares of 0.1p each


Additional listing



Number of securities issued under the scheme during the period



Existing Share Option Plan                                      111,000


Balance under the scheme of securities not yet issued at the end of the period



Existing Share Option Plan                                  7,989,000




Number and class of securities originally admitted and the date of admission

8,100,000 ordinary shares of 0.1p each



Contact name - Company 

Telephone number


Contact name - finnCap Ltd 

Telephone number

Amit Gupta

020 7749 2640

Christopher Raggett

020 7220 0500




Gelion plc

Hannah McCaughey, CEO

Thomas Maschmeyer, Founder and Principal Technology Advisor

via Alma PR


finnCap Ltd (Nominated Adviser and Sole Broker)


+44 207 220 0500

Christopher Raggett (Corporate Finance)

Seamus Fricker (Corporate Finance)

Fergus Sullivan (Corporate Finance)

Barney Hayward (ECM)



Alma PR (Financial PR Adviser)

Justine James

Josh Royston

Hannah Campbell


+44 20 3405 0205


About Gelion plc


Gelion ("gel: ion") is a global renewable-energy storage innovator. By designing and manufacturing the world's best batteries for stationary and mobile energy, we support the transition to a sustainable economy while delivering value for customers and investors.


Stationary storage - Gelion Endure: the sustainable energy storage solution

Gelion has developed patented technology for a breakthrough zinc-bromide battery to support the transition to a carbon neutral economy by 2050. The technology is a low-cost, robust, safe and recyclable alternative to lithium-ion and lead-acid batteries making them ideally suited for the expanding energy storage market.


Gelion's zinc-bromide gel battery uses non-flow technology, which is scalable, can deliver 100% depth of discharge and has a higher temperature tolerance and longer duration discharge than competing lead-acid and lithium-ion batteries. With applications at grid scale as well as in agriculture, mining, water management and irrigation the battery is also highly adaptable for off-grid use.


Mobile storage - Tomorrow's transport systems will rely on mobile renewable energy.

Gelion is also developing performance additives to improve the safety, longevity and energy density of lithium-based batteries for mobile applications. Using nanotechnology, Gelion's lithium-silicon and lithium-sulfur additives will help power the EV and e-aviation markets.


Gelion was spun-out from the University of Sydney in 2015 by Professor Thomas Maschmeyer, one of the world's leading chemists, Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science and recipient of the Australian Prime Minister's Prize for Innovation 2020, that country's highest honour for scientific entrepreneurship.


The Company's ESG credentials are strongly aligned to six of the UN's 17 Sustainable Development Goals.


Gelion's shares are listed on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange and it received the Green Economy Mark at IPO in November 2022 recognising its commitment to energy transition.


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