VivoPower International PLC Executes Definitive Agreement to Acquire 51% of a Light Electric … | Money

Cristopher Centers

“We look forward to working even more closely with the Tembo team in scaling up its capacity to deliver customized and/or ruggedized commercial fleet electrification solutions. Furthermore, this acquisition will enable VivoPower   to accelerate the roll out of our sustainable energy solutions offering, with an initial focus on the mining, […]

“We look forward to working even more closely with the Tembo team in scaling up its capacity to deliver customized and/or ruggedized commercial fleet electrification solutions. Furthermore, this acquisition will enable VivoPower   to accelerate the roll out of our sustainable energy solutions offering, with an initial focus on the mining, infrastructure and utilities sectors globally,” said Kevin Chin, VivoPower’s Executive Chairman and CEO.

VivoPower and Tembo have over 700 active customers combined, many of which are in the mining, infrastructure and utilities sectors.

“VivoPower’s investment will allow Tembo to build additional capacity to meet pent up demand from our customers and improve efficiencies of scale. Given that the Tembo and VivoPower teams have already started working together on customer-initiated requests for proposals, we believe that this will translate into a growing order book,” said Tembo founder and CEO, Frank Daams.

VivoPower is an international battery technology, electric vehicle, solar and critical power services company whose core purpose is to deliver sustainable energy solutions to its customers. VivoPower is a certified B Corporation and has operations in Australia, the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.

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