Ceres Power

The company was founded by Nigel Brandon, Brian Steele, John Kilner, and Alan Atkinson as a university spinout from Imperial College London in 2001; the company has been publicly trading on the London Stock Exchange since 2004; the current management team has previous experience in the fuel cell and...

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