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World leading utility-scale solar energy developer

SkyPower is the largest and one of the most successful developers and owners of utility-scale solar energy projects in the world. With roots dating back more than a dozen years, SkyPower’s global team possesses a vast track record of over 900 years of combined experience in power and large infrastructure projects.

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UN Global Compact Recognizes SkyPower Founder and Chief Executive Officer as a 2016 Local SDG Pioneer

At the UN Global Compact Leaders Summit 2016 in New York, Kerry Adler, founder and CEO of SkyPower, was announced as one of ten 2016 Local SDG Pioneers.
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Global Presence

With 36 offices across the globe, SkyPower develops, finances, owns and operates solar energy projects, from the initial stages through commercial operation, in nearly every region of the world.

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Solar Electricity

Ground-breaking solar initiatives build stronger economies and a cleaner environment by adding renewables to the energy mix.

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Energy Sales

SkyPower has secured power purchase agreements and contracts representing over US $80 billion of long-term renewable energy sales to leading utilities and governments globally.

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Working with Governments

SkyPower supports governments in their initiatives to promote energy independence, and to meet energy objectives for a greener future.

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Piyush Goyal, Minister of Power, Coal, New and Renewable Energy for the Government of India; Dr. Mukesh Aghi, President of the U.S.-India Business Council (USIBC); and Kerry Adler, President and Chief Executive Officer of SkyPower at an industry roundtable hosted by the USIBC in New York on April 21. Minister Goyal discussed India’s ambitious target of achieving 175 GW of renewable generation capacity and innovative ways of mainstreaming energy efficiency.

“SkyPower considers India to be one of our core markets of interest and one of the most promising opportunities for accelerated investments in renewables.” ~ Kerry Adler

SkyPower CEO at historic State Lunch where Canada and the US have committed to work hand in hand to address climate change and have signed a binding commitment to the UN agreement on Earth Day, April 22

US$5 billion landmark deal puts renewable energy potential in the spotlight

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Uhuru Kenyatta, the President of the Republic of Kenya, greets Kerry Adler, President and Chief Executive Officer of SkyPower, on his visit to Nairobi. SkyPower signed a landmark US $2.2 billion agreement with the Government of Kenya during the 6th annual Global Entrepreneurship Summit to develop 1 GW of solar projects. SkyPower also announced the gifting of two million SkyPower Home solar kits to people of Kenya.

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