DBT Going Public With IPO Scheduled For December 23

1 year ago by Mark Kane 3

DBT fast chargers

DBT fast chargers

DBT charging station

DBT charging station

There will be no problem in selecting a Christmas present for DBT, as they accept cash this year.

The French charging station manufacturer intends to raise up to €8.7 million (over $9.5 million) through IPO (Euronext) scheduled for December 23.

DBT was founded in 1990 and to date has delivered some 16,500 charging stations (AC and DC fast chargers).

They are mostly known from their partnership with Nissan and CHAdeMO, or multi-standard DC chargers – as one of the market pioneers DBT had 800 CHAdeMO installed around two years ago and considerably more today, we believe.

Company Profile
DBT (Douaisienne de Basse Tension) specializes in the production and marketing of access control and energy distribution terminals. The company’s activity is split into 4 product families:

  • electric vehicle charging stations and cabinets;
  • retractable bollards and systems for access control and deterrence: designed to manage and regulate car flows in cities and ensure unimpeded movement of pedestrians;
  • energy distribution terminals: designed for the electrification of public spaces (market places, reception areas, port areas, camp sites, etc.);
  • current transformers: instrument transformers designed for metering of EDF yellow and green rates.”

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3 responses to "DBT Going Public With IPO Scheduled For December 23"

  1. ggpa says:

    I think these folks are trying to repeat what Cisco did, namely being early as a supplier for a new technology that is being adopted.

    Cisco was nicely positioned to make an amzing amount of money on the first roll out of the global internet, but after that they stumbled.

    1. pk says:

      And then we can get Huiwai to come in and clone these for much cheaper. 🙂

  2. techguy says:

    Never put Cisco in the same sentence as these cowboys