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UK plans to decarbonise road transport by 2030

This month, we’ve shared news of clean energy plans out of Australia (New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory) and the United States. Now we’re thrilled to see that the United Kingdom is furthering its own carbon-cutting commitments with ambitious plans and incentives that support our recent expansion into the electric vehicle (EV) market. [...]


Martin Bell joins VivoPower Advisory Council

Martin Bell, CEO of Bell Ventures and creator of the 100 Tasks System, today becomes the fifth member of the VivoPower Advisory Council, bringing decades of experience building ventures with an innovative approach coined in his ‘100 Task Playbook.’ Based in Berlin, Germany, he joins Council members Eric Achtmann, Kim Lawrence, Ed Hyams and Chris [...]


Gary Challinor joins VivoPower as Director of SES for ANZ

This is an exciting time of growth for the VivoPower team, and today we are delighted to welcome Gary Challinor. He steps into a newly created role as our Director of Sustainable Energy Solutions (SES) for Australia and New Zealand. This new role will support our expanded service offerings, following our acquisition of Tembo e-LV [...]


Chris Mallios joins VivoPower Advisory Council

Chris Mallios – a seasoned executive in the automotive, technology, resources, utilities and infrastructure industries – today becomes the fourth member of our Advisory Council. He joins Council members Eric Achtmann, Kim Lawrence and Ed Hyams and will advise us on our journey into the commercial electric vehicle space. Mallios is well suited to the [...]


ACT Government charges ahead with EV and battery storage initiatives

Earlier this week, we shared news of the NSW Government’s Electricity Infrastructure Roadmap and what the state’s renewable energy focus means for us. But it’s worth noting that New South Wales isn’t the only state or territory to have announced significant renewable energy policy plans this month. The ACT Labor and Greens parties recently finalised [...]


NSW is on the road to a clean energy future

The NSW Government this week has unveiled its Electricity Infrastructure Roadmap, an ambitious plan to bring 12 gigawatts of renewable energy and 2 gigawatts of storage online by 2030. The roadmap highlights that the state has an enormous opportunity ahead, and the same can be said for VivoPower thanks to some of its provisions. Not [...]


What a Biden presidency means for VivoPower

While the last few votes are still trickling in, all major news outlets have now reported that Joe Biden has defeated Donald Trump to become the 46th President of the United States.  The federal government under President Biden – whose victory speech focused on unity and healing – will surely look quite a bit different from the current [...]


Edward Hyams rejoins the VivoPower family on our Advisory Council

Our Advisory Council is growing yet again, as we welcome Edward Hyams – a former non-executive director of our board – as the third member. ‘I am very happy to welcome Eddie back to the VivoPower family,’ our executive Chairman and CEO Kevin Chin said of Hyams, who served on the VivoPower board from 2016-18. Most recently Hyams was a non-executive chairman of Tevva Motors, an electric vehicle (EV) truck business based in [...]


Behind the scenes of our deal with Tembo

If you’ve been following VivoPower news in recent weeks, you know that we signed a definitive agreement to invest expansion capital in Tembo e-LV B.V., a Netherlands-based specialist battery-electric and off-road vehicle company. As a result, we secured a 51% shareholding in Tembo and have the first right of refusal to acquire the balance. VivoPower [...]


VivoPower raises USD$28.75 million in upsized public share offering

VivoPower is very pleased to announce that we’ve closed an underwritten public offering to sell 2,941,176 ordinary shares to the public at a price of $8.50 a share. On top of the original 2.9+ million shares, the underwriters have exercised an option to purchase 441,174 ordinary shares at the public offering price, less the underwriting discounts and [...]