eZelleron Overview

  • Founded
  • 2008
Founded
  • Status
  • Out of Business
  • Latest Deal Type
  • Liquidation

eZelleron General Information

Description

Manufacturer of energy-supply products designed for portable devices. The company manufactures and develops small fuel-cell units, which can be utilized for powering mobile electronic devices, including cell phones, laptops and cordless tools, enabling users to meet power needs on the go.

Contact Information

Ownership Status
Out of Business
Financing Status
Formerly VC-backed
Primary Industry
Electrical Equipment
Other Industries
Alternative Energy Equipment
Energy Storage
Other Hardware
Primary Office
  • Winterbergstr. 28
  • 01277 Dresden
  • Germany
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eZelleron Valuation & Funding

Deal Type Date Amount Raised to Date Post-Val Status Stage
4. Bankruptcy: Liquidation 18-Apr-2016 Completed Bankruptcy: Liquidation
3. Merger/Acquisition 15-Oct-2013 Completed Generating Revenue
2. Merger/Acquisition 01-Jul-2012 $3.56M Completed Product Development
1. Early Stage VC (Series A) 06-Nov-2009 $3.56M $3.56M Completed Product Development
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eZelleron Patents

eZelleron Recent Patent Activity

Publication ID Patent Title Status First Filing Date Technology (CPC) Citations
DE-112009003549-T5 Fuel cell system with flexible venturi system for targeted, controllable operation Withdrawn 12-Dec-2008 00000000000 0
DE-112009003663-T5 Fuel cell system with an annular stack Withdrawn 12-Dec-2008 0000000000
DE-112009003577-T5 Fuel cell system with segmented stack Withdrawn 12-Dec-2008 00000000000
DE-112009003594-T5 Fuel cell system with reformer Withdrawn 12-Dec-2008 00000000
DE-112009003518-T5 Anode material for high temperature fuel cells Withdrawn 11-Dec-2008 H01M4/8652
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