VPower Group Signs New Contract Aggregating a Total Installed Capacity of Close to 100MW in Sri Lanka

24.02.2020
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VPower Group International Holdings Limited (“VPower Group” or the “Group”, stock code: 1608.HK), a leading DPG station owner and operator in Asia, is pleased to announce that the Group has entered into a power purchase agreement for two power projects with an aggregate planned installed capacity of 38.8MW in Sri Lanka recently. Together with the 54.9MW installed capacity of the renewed projects, the Group’s total installed capacity in the country will reach close to 100MW.


“We entered into the power market in Sri Lanka in April 2019 with our fast-track distributed power solutions to alleviate local power shortage. This is our second success in a year’s time which not only highlights our capability and expertise in the power industry, but also underscores the advantages of distributed power generation. We will continue to strive to support local people’s desire for more reliable and stable electricity.” said Mr. Earnest Cheung, Chief Commercial Officer of VPower Group. It is expected the power stations will commence commercial operation by the end of March 2020.

According to Asian Development Bank, Sri Lanka is entering into a new stage of development and, within a few years, will be ready to reach upper-middle-income status. Supported by the growing gross domestic product and improving living standard of the local people, it is expected that the electricity demand in Sri Lanka will continue to increase.

 


About VPower Group International Holdings Limited

Headquartered in Hong Kong, VPower Group is an integrated expert in distributed power generation (DPG). It principally engages in power system integration (SI) business, covering designing, integrating and sale of gas-fired and diesel-fired engine-based gen-sets and power generation systems, and Investment, Building and Operating (IBO) business, involving investing in, building, leasing and operating distributed power stations to supply reliable electricity.

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