Why invest in Everfuel?
Hydrogen is on track to become the heavy-duty fuel of choice to fuel zero emission mobility across Europe. Everfuel is the leading European integrated green hydrogen fuel company with a clear purpose and a strategy to unlock competitive hydrogen for green transportation at scale, targeting large bus-, truck- and taxi-fleets with long-term customer contracts.
Our integrated business model covers the entire hydrogen value chain from production to consumption, supported by core solutions for distribution, fueling and data driven optimization. This positions Everfuel to capitalize on the EUR multi-billion hydrogen heavy-duty fuel market now opening up and create long-term value for all stakeholders.
Latest reports and presentations
11 February 2021
28 April 2021
19 May 2021
Annual General Meeting
26 May 2021
19 August 2021
16 November 2021
8 February 2022
We intend to announce our interim results at 7:00 am CET (CEST). The results will be available on our website and from Oslo Børs’ Newsweb.
Please note that the financial calendar may be subject to changes.
Everfuel A/S is a Danish public limited liability company listed on Merkur Market on Oslo Børs with ticker code EFUEL-ME.
Latest share price development, trade volumes and other share information can be found on our company page on Oslo Børs.
Information on primary insiders are available here
20 largest Shareholders
Nel Fuel AS
SAGA TANKERS ASA
CLEARSTREAM BANKING S.A.
Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC
BNP PARIBAS SECURITIES SERVICES
J.P. Morgan Bank Luxembourg S.A.
The Bank of New York Mellon SA/NV
Nordnet Bank AB
Nordea Bank Abp
KLAVENESS MARINE FINANCE AS
Morgan Stanley & Co. Int. Plc.
Danske Bank A/S
UBS Switzerland AG
BLUEBERRY CAPITAL AS
SIX SIS AG
Avanza Bank AB
Shareholders in Everfuel A/S 25.11.2020
Everfuel is not subject to the Norwegian Code of Practice for Corporate Governance but will consider implementing the recommendations of the Code over time.
Everfuel is in a growth phase and does not expect to pay any dividends in the near future. Any future decision to pay a dividend will depend on the company’s financial position, operating profit and capital requirements.