Dandelion Energy Stock

dandelionenergy.comEnergy / Clean EnergyFounded: 2017Funding to Date: $136.2MM

Dandelion Energy is a clean energy company that provides geothermal heating and cooling solutions.

Register To Buy and Sell Shares

For more details on financing and valuation for Dandelion Energy, register or login.

Please provide a valid email address.

By registering, you agree to Forge’s Terms of Use. Already registered? Log in

OverviewFinancingsValuation

Enterprise Value

Powered by Forge Data

Access Dandelion Energy’s valuation and stock price.

View secondary pricing information, VWAP and distribution waterfall. And seek potentially outsized returns with same day private market data for private companies like Dandelion Energy.

Become part of the Secondary Marketplace, catering to both individual and institutional investors.

Register

Animation displayed is not current and securities are shown for illustrative purposes only.

Team

Management Team

Dan Yates
Chief Executive Officer
Kathy Hannun
President & Co-Founder
Eduardo Llorente
Chief Operating Officer
Forrest Baringer-Jones
Chief Financial Officer

Frequently Asked Questions About Dandelion Energy’s Stock

plusminus
Can you buy Dandelion Energy’s stock?
Dandelion Energy is not publicly traded on NYSE or NASDAQ in the U.S. To buy Dandelion Energy’s stock you need to be an accredited investor. Learn more about how to invest in the private market or register today to get started.
plusminus
Can you sell Dandelion Energy’s stock?
Yes, you can sell stock of a private company like Dandelion Energy. Forge can help you sell your Dandelion Energy stock in a way that works for you and the company. So if you are seeking liquidity, register with us today to get started.
plusminus
What is Dandelion Energy’s stock price?
Dandelion Energy is a privately held company and therefore does not have a public stock price. However, you may access Dandelion Energy’s private market stock price with Forge Data.
plusminus
What is Dandelion Energy’s stock ticker symbol?
Dandelion Energy does not have an official ticker symbol because this company is not currently publicly traded.
plusminus
Can institutional investors buy and sell private market stocks?
Yes. As one of the largest trading platform for the private market, Forge helps institutional investors seek liquidity as they buy and sell private stock for their portfolios or their clients. Our private market specialists have decades of experience working with institutional firms. Learn more or register today to get started.

News Highlights

Dandelion Energy Appoints Dan Yates as CEO
Dandelion Energy, a leading residential geothermal company, has appointed Dan Yates as CEO. Yates, who previously served as the Executive Chairman at Dandelion, succeeds Michael Sachse. Prior to Dandelion, Yates co-founded and led Opower, an energy-efficiency software company that went public with a $1Bn+ IPO in 2014.
Dandelion Energy Announces New Multi-split System For Ductless Homes
Dandelion Energy, a leading residential geothermal company, has announced a new multi-split system that provides heating and cooling solutions for homes without ducts. The system uses wall or floor units to provide heat in winter and air conditioning in summer, connecting to a geothermal heat pump that replaces traditional oil or gas furnaces. The company aims to make geothermal technology more accessible, reducing carbon footprints and overall energy costs.
Little-known but efficient, a different way to heat and cool your house
The article discusses the increasing popularity of geothermal heat pumps, a more efficient method of heating and cooling homes that uses underground temperatures. Despite higher upfront costs, the system is incentivized by a 30% tax credit under the Inflation Reduction Act. Companies like Dandelion Energy and WaterFurnace are leading the market, with Dandelion planning a partnership with home builder Lennar Corp.
Updated on: May 23, 2024

PLEASE READ THESE IMPORTANT LEGAL NOTICES & DISCLOSURES

Public news articles listed on this page have been curated by Forge based on several factors including, but not limited to, product updates, changes in organization structure, funding rounds, third-party valuations, and key personnel changes. Changes to this list of articles can be made at any time without notice and should not be relied upon for investment purposes. Forge does not verify the accuracy of the information contained in public news articles.