Helion Energy IPO

Helion Energy, based in Everett, Wash., was founded in 2013 by Chris Pihl, David Kirtley, George Votroubek, and John Slough. Kirtley is the CEO. The company developed the first fusion generator designed to produce clean, reliable, and abundant energy.

Helion is one of the leading companies seeking to replace traditional nuclear power based on “fission” with cleaner and more powerful “fusion,” the same process that has kept the Sun generating heat and light for billions of years. Fission-based nuclear power plants emit finite amounts of radioactive waste, whereas fusion offers endless electricity without the waste.

Among the investors betting on Helion Energy are Silicon Valley investor Peter Thiel, Dustin Moskovitz, Capricorn Investment Group, and Mithril Capital Management. The company has raised $577.8 million in funding over seven rounds, the latest being a Series E round in November 2021. The company’s last known valuation was $3.6 billion and has not publicly communicated an intention to IPO.

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The stock price for Helion Energy will be known as it becomes public. Here are similar public companies: First Solar (NAS: FSLR), Chevron (NYS: CVX), General Electric (NYS: GE).

Who are Helion Energy's major investors?

Altimeter Capital
Y Combinator
Fidelity Management & Research
BlackRock
Luxor Capital Group
Capricorn Investment Group

Helion Energy Funding Rounds and IPO Valuation

Date Funding Round Funding Raised Price per Share IPO Valuation
11/5/2021 Series E $3.6B $XXX.XX $XXX.XX
1/1/2020 Series D $1.23B $XXX.XX $XXX.XX
1/1/2019 Series C $516.2MM $XXX.XX $XXX.XX
6/9/2015 Series B $37.88MM $XXX.XX $XXX.XX
8/14/2014 Series A, A-1, and A-2 $13.81MM $XXX.XX $XXX.XX
Based on primary financings
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What is Helion Energy funding to date?

Helion Energy has raised $572.55MM with the following series:
$13.81MM for Series A, A-1, and A-2, $37.88MM for Series B, $516.2MM for Series C, $1.23B for Series D, $3.6B for Series E

When was Helion Energy founded?

Helion Energy was founded in 2013.

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Where is Helion Energy based?

Helion Energy is based in Everett, Washington.

When will Helion Energy have a functional fusion reactor?

There is no exact 2013 for when Helion Energy will have a functional clean energy reactor. However, journalist Catherine Clifford from CNBC reported that a functional fusion reactor will not "be a commercially viable energy source powering your home and my computer next year. But it no longer feels like flying a spaceship to Pluto."

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