Gold Hydrogen’s $14.8 million capital raising last week has garnered the company a new round of publicity.

The news that Gold Hydrogen was making an institutional placement at $0.75 per share to existing and new institutional and sophisticated shareholders featured in the Market Herald, the Energy News Bulletin and investor relations company Proactive.

As well, company chair Alexander Downer is due to be interviewed by Proactive this week.

The Market Herald video interview with managing director Neil McDonald can be seen below.

Mr McDonald said the continued external focus on Gold Hydrogen’s results was pleasing.

“It’s certainly validation of everything we are doing. Having so many respected institutions wanting to be on board for our journey is very gratifying.”

Gold Hydrogen’s share price has moved up from about 80 cents a share when it announced helium levels of 6.8% purity to close to 90 cents (Dec 11), and it even went over $1 briefly last week.

The Energy News Bulletin story is here, and the Proactive piece here.