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Alelion Energy Systems AB Company Snapshot
Alelion Energy Systems AB operates in the Storage batteries sector. In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares Alelion Energy Systems AB with three other battery manufacturers in Europe: Invinity Energy Systems PLC of UNITED KINGDOM (2019 sales of £663,000.00 [US$842,440.95 ] of which 100% was Energy storage solutions), Ilika plc of UNITED KINGDOM (£2.59 million [US$3.29 million] ), and Leclanche SA which is based in SWITZERLAND (15.99 million Swiss Francs [US$17.29 million] of which 49% was Stationary Business Unit).

Sales Analysis. Alelion Energy Systems AB reported sales of SEK 92.05 million (US$10.07 million) for the year ending December of 2019. This represents a sharp decrease of 50.3% versus 2018, when the company's sales were SEK 185.15 million.
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Alelion Energy Systems AB
  Stock Performance Chart for Alelion Energy Systems AB
  Stock Data: Recent Stock Performance:
  Current Price (9/25/2020): 1.24
(Figures in Swedish Kronor)
1 Week 2.3%   13 Weeks 18.4%  
4 Weeks 10.1%   52 Weeks 54.0%  
Alelion Energy Systems AB Key Data:
  Ticker: ALELIO Country: Sweden
  Exchanges: STO Major Industry: Automobiles & Components
    Sub Industry: Batteries
  2019 Sales 92,046,105
(Year Ending Jan 2020).
Employees: N/A
  Currency: Swedish Kronor Market Cap: 200,625,168
  Fiscal Yr Ends: December Shares Outstanding: 161,794,491
  Share Type: Aktie Closely Held Shares:
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