VPower aims to plug gap in power supply chain

The co-CEO of newly-listed HK company tells FinanceAsia why he thinks VPower has an edge over some of its bigger rivals.
VPower's power stations are made up of multiple integrated gensets
VPower's power stations are made up of multiple integrated gensets

VPower Group, which completed a $208 million initial public offering in Hong Kong last month, plans to invest heavily in a relatively untapped market where it sees huge potential for businesses.

The company manufactures small-scale generators, but is now going beyond that, offering large banks of its generators as a temporary power station providing electricity in spots that lack a connection to a centralised power network. 

“At the moment, all of the world’s temporary power suppliers together produce only about 10% of the demand globally,” Rorce Au Yeung, co-chief executive officer of VPower, told FinanceAsia in an exclusive interview. “This market segment is underpenetrated...

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