With roots dating back more than 16 years, SkyPower’s global team possesses a vast track record of over 1300 years of combined experience in power and large infrastructure projects. Through a dedicated team of employees, consultants, partners and advisors working out of 36 international locations, SkyPower develops, finances, builds and operates projects from initial green field stages through to commercial operation. We maintain an unwavering commitment to combat climate change while working in unison with local communities to provide access to clean and affordable renewable energy for a brighter future.
World-leading expertise among employees, advisors, and consultants across 36 global locations
Over 25,000 MW of solar projects worldwide at various stages of development and construction
Over US $80 billion in long-term renewable energy agreements
Our team's combined experience in the development of power and infrastructure projects
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.Learn More
Ground-breaking solar initiatives build stronger economies and a cleaner environment by adding renewables to the energy mix.Learn More
SkyPower has secured power purchase agreements and contracts representing over USD $80 billion of long-term renewable energy sales to leading utilities and governments globally.Learn More
June 24, 2019
SkyPower Global President and Chief Executive Officer, Kerry Adler, was honoured with the 2019 Social Responsibility Award under the High Patronage of His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco, in recognition of outstanding sustainable practices benefiting social & economic development around the world.
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SkyPower CEO, Kerry Adler 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.