Vasari Energy presents a unique opportunity for investors to access a well-structured, professional organization with high-growth potential.

Our growth strategy is to rapidly build revenue and earnings through multiple mergers and acquisitions as well as organic growth. Consolidation of other companies and competitors is a system that has been highly successful for a number of public and private companies in a range of industries. Business consolidation is key to building value. Key reasons to consider purchasing Vasari Energy stock include:

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One of the biggest challenges for investors is access to companies with the greatest growth potential and a risk profile that meets investor criteria.


Rapid Growth Strategy

Our M&A strategy focuses on rapidly building revenue and earnings through multiple acquisitions of companies that provide certain synergies and cost reductions to build shareholder value.


U.S. electrical infrastructure spending alone will be $5 trillion to replace and upgrade existing grid.

  • Highly fragmented industry without a dominate player
  • 88.6% of the market consists of small and local players

Liquidity Strategy

Our strategy to create liquidity for shareholders is through an initial public offering and a listing on a major stock exchange.


Building an Industry Leader

Our goal is to become a leading energy services company through the acquisition of established local or regional businesses and combine and integrate them into an effective national organization. In order to achieve its goal, we focus on: (i) identifying acquisition candidates which meet our acquisition criteria; (ii) attracting and acquiring companies through implementation of our integration model; (iii) achieving operating efficiencies and synergies by combining administrative functions, eliminating redundant facilities, implementing system and technology improvements; and (iv) global sourcing, supply chain management and global purchasing power.



The power sector is on the cusp of transformation. The combination of the rise of cost-effective renewable energy, the decentralization of energy production, and improvements in energy storage, smart metering and other digital technology have the potential to revolutionize the way power is generated and consumed.

Industry incumbents will need to reshape their businesses to seize the opportunities and to meet the challenges.

Smart power opportunities include:

  • Energy storage
  • Smart cities and buildings
  • Data monetization
  • New ways of buying and selling power

These trends are blurring the lines between utilities and technology companies.




The Digital Utility is the future of power generation and management. Vasari Energy is building a leading company to play a key role in this transformation. Areas of smart power and digital technology for the digital utility and infrastructure include:


Monetizing power data

Generating value or revenue from data generated by smart meters and the internet of energy


Cloud adoption to accelerate IT modernization

The cloud is a means, not an end. Success in modernizing IT through the cloud is driven by a complete standardization and automation strategy


Energy storage

Capturing produced energy to use at a later time, often by a battery


Distributed generation

Generating power at or close to the point of consumption instead of centrally

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Monetizing power data

Generating value or revenue from data generated by smart meters and the internet of energy


Smart grid

An electrical grid which supports energy efficient and renewable power, smart meters and appliances and is actively managed using sophisticated IT systems


Harnessing the power of advanced analytics in transmission and distribution asset management

Advanced analytics is helping T&D operators improve performance, reduce asset management costs, and capture value


Electric vehicles/EV charging stations

EV charging stations are critical infrastructure to provide electrical energy to recharge batteries for electric vehicles


Internet of energy/enernet

An online network that automates electricity infrastructures and manages smart grids

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Behind-the-meter generation

Energy generating systems providing power directly to a single home, office building or facility without using transmission or distribution networks


The digitalization of the power sector is happening. Utilities will increasingly embrace smart power and invest in numerous smart initiatives in order to distinguish themselves from their competitors. However, at the other end of the spectrum, some utilities are not investing at all in exploring any smart initiatives and consider such ventures to be an erosion of their revenues.


The Rise of the Tech–Utility

The most frequently cited approach relating to how utilities are embracing smart power is to integrate technology across their service offerings. Utility providers will increasingly become more like technology companies.

Anecdotal evidence suggests that utilities are exploring ways to make better use of technology across the entirety of their operations, from asset repair and maintenance systems that optimize power generation and distribution, to apps that improve the customer experience.


In economics, the efficient market hypothesis is used to argue that it is impossible to consistently “beat the market” for publicly-traded securities on a risk-adjusted basis, since public stock and bond prices fully reflect all available information. As a result, stocks and bonds always trade at their fair value, making it impossible for investors to either purchase undervalued stocks or sell stocks for inflated prices. As such, it should be impossible to outperform the overall stock market through expert stock selection or market timing. Put simply, when an asset is priced in the highly efficient public markets, it is theoretically priced perfectly.

By contrast, private markets are notoriously inefficient, and thus offer investors opportunities to “beat the market”. To cite an example, the market for private company equity is generally recognized as being highly inefficient, due to its relative illiquidity, unpredictable pricing, high transaction costs, geographical segmentation, and informational opacity. In relatively illiquid, segmented, and informationally inefficient markets, negotiated transaction prices may vary from the ‘true’ (but unobservable) market value of private companies. In other words, while the efficient market hypothesis predicts that public securities will always trade at their fair market value, private market assets may trade for well below their true market values, thus providing an opportunity for investors to generate above-market returns.


A Transformational Strategy to Build an Industry Leader

We are building an industry leader in a market dominated by a few corporations where electrical infrastructure spending on upgrades and replacements is estimated by McKinsey to reach $5 trillion in the United States alone.

There is a tremendous untapped opportunity both in the United States and globally in energy infrastructure. The American Society of Civil Engineers gives the US a D+ for the state of its electrical infrastructure.

It is estimated that there are over 640,000 miles of transmission lines running at full or near full capacity, most of which were installed in the 50’s and 60’s and are near their life expectancy.

More frequent and longer outages: 2,169 outages in 2008 to 3,526 outages in 2017. Duration of outages up from 55 minutes to 81 minutes in the same time period.

Investors Seek Access to Private Investments

Most investors do not have access to private share investments for several reasons, including the inability to identify opportunities through credible sources. Another reason is that many private stock offerings are only available to qualified institutional buyers that have substantial assets under management and can meet high minimum investment thresholds.


There are multiple potential benefits to our private stock, including:

Strong Potential Returns

Investment in Vasari Energy private stock has the potential of producing returns on capital that may be greater than what investors may achieve with listed equities.

Combine Multiple Companies for IPO

Consolidating multiple companies to reach revenue of $250 million or greater over a relatively short period of time can lead to multiples of EBITDA that are much greater than a single private company.

Rapid Industry Growth

Renewable energy, battery storage, digitalization of power sector, data analytics, modernization of electrical infrastructure, including transmission and power management systems, combined with what Vasari Energy believes to be a consolidation opportunity within this fragmented industry to build an industry player.

There are several additional reasons we believe that an investment in Vasari Energy stock can result in substantial potential returns.



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Forward-Looking Statements
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