Homegrown Durapower Group is a rising star in the global renewable energy sector. Launched in 2009, the company provide researches, designs and manufactures lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles, along with a range of cutting-edge energy storage system solutions and distribution of battery charger point.
“Typically, an electric bus takes about five hours to slow charge. We are disrupting the market with innovative, lightweight batteries that have a fast-charge time of about 15 minutes,” says CEO Mr Kelvin Lim.
Today, Durapower has a global network of customers spread across 40 cities in 18 countries, including the Netherlands, Belgium, China, India and Japan. The company’s success is being driven by both the quality of its products and its purpose, explains Mr Lim.
“As a company, we want to positively impact humanity by coming up with products and services that can tackle the effects of climate change,” he says.
“We’re passionate about promoting business practices that are clean, green and sustainable. It’s an approach that is helping to differentiate us in the market, and a message that is steadily catching on.”