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Electrification: The Next Big Thing In Mining

About the Event

Emily King, CEO of Prospector Portal joins VivoPower CEO, Kevin Chin to discuss innovations that make mining more efficient, profitable, and safer.

VivoPower’s (NASDAQ: VVPR) work electrifying underground mining vehicles. Their subsidiary Tembo e-LV converts internal combustion engine vehicles into fully electric light commercial vehicles that reduce the total cost of ownership and eliminate underground emissions. They also develop solar microgrids and battery systems that can power mining operations.

Join our webinar to hear Ms. King and Mr. Chin discuss this significant market opportunity plus other innovative ideas to make mining cleaner and more efficient.

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