Project Description

VivoPower
Sustainable Energy Solutions For Business + The Planet

Date & Time:

September 28, 4:00 PM ET / 1:00 PM PT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval

About the Event:

VivoPower (NASDAQ: VVPR) is a battery technology, electric vehicle, solar, and critical power services company. They deliver sustainable energy solutions to help its customers and the planet with operations in Australia, Canada, the Netherlands and United States.

Their Vivo Solar division designs, builds, and finances solar power and battery storage systems to reduce costs and emissions for industrial, commercial, and municipal customers. Notably, Tottenham Hotspur F.C. of the English Premier League has contracted with VivoPower to help minimize environmental impacts of the club’s business by creating sustainable energy solutions for their stadium, training grounds and other facilities.

Join our webinar to hear from VivoPower CEO, Kevin Chin as he discusses the company’s 360-degree approach to sustainable energy and how their designation as a Certified B Corporation demonstrates their commitment to delivering the triple bottom line results of “people, planet, and profit” to create value for stakeholders.

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