VivoPower helps football go carbon neutral

Published on 26 February 2021

Can football become net zero carbon? In the first partnership of its kind, VivoPower (Nasdaq: VVPR) is exploring solutions to help Tottenham Hotspur become a net zero-carbon business.

Edison TV talks to Kevin Chin, co-founder and VivoPower CEO, and Donna-Maria Cullen, executive director of Tottenham Hotspur, about the new partnership. Tottenham Hotspur is dedicated to minimising environmental impacts across its operations and was recently named the Premier League’s greenest club, after it signed the UN Sports for Climate Action Framework. It is envisaged VivoPower will supply a large, solid-state battery with capacity of more than 3MW at the White Hart Lane stadium to balance and guarantee the venue’s power supply. A full-suite sustainable energy solution, including rooftop solar panels, battery storage, custom microgrid controls and electrical infrastructure, will be designed for the club’s training centre.

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