Our Next Energy IPO

Our Next Energy was founded in 2020 by Mujeeb Ijaz. In November 2023, the Financial Post reported, “The company has raised a total of $390 million from private investors including Bill Gates’ Breakthrough Energy Ventures, Franklin Templeton, BMW’s venture arm, and Detroit-based Assembly Ventures.” Additionally, the Post also noted that Our Next Energy has “received at least $215 million in grants and financing from the state of Michigan for its battery plant.” While growth is forecasted for Our Next Energy as the demand for the energy sector increases, the company has not officially endorsed plans to participate in an IPO.

Our Next Energy is an energy storage company developing electric vehicle batteries with longer functional ranges than its competitors. The company is focused on using affordable, readily available materials in its products. Per Forge data, Our Next Energy has raised $390 million as of September 2023, and as of February 2023, has a valuation of $1.2 billion. Key investors include Oman Investment Authority, Alpha Intelligence Capital, Equinor Ventures, Fifth Wall, Riverstone Holdings, Sente Ventures, and Temasek Holdings.

These comments should not be interpreted to mean that the company is formally pursuing or foregoing an IPO.

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What is Our Next Energy's IPO price?

The IPO price for Our Next Energy will be known only if it becomes public. However, you may access the "Price At Last Round" and the "Implied EV" for publicly traded comparable companies with Forge Data.
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Can you invest in Our Next Energy?

Our Next Energy is a privately held company and is not publicly traded on NYSE or NASDAQ in the U.S. To buy pre-IPO shares of a private company, you need to be an accredited investor. Learn more about how to invest in the private market or register today to get started.

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Is Our Next Energy a publicly traded company?

Our Next Energy is a private company and not publicly traded.

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When was Our Next Energy founded?

Our Next Energy was founded in 2020.

Who are Our Next Energy's major investors?

Temasek
Fifth Wall
BMW i Ventures
Franklin Templeton Investments
Breakthrough Energy Ventures
Baruch Future Ventures
tr.pe
Sente Ventures
AI Capital
flex
VOLTA Energy Technologies
River Stone
Assembly Ventures
Updated on: Apr 17, 2024

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