PARIS, FRANCE, November 30, 2015
SkyPower, the world’s largest developer and owner of utility-scale solar energy projects, is proud to announce its landmark partnership agreement with COP21, the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, which delegations representing over 150 countries will attend in Paris for 12 days with the objective of reaching a universal agreement on how to slow the rise of global temperatures.
“SkyPower is proud to be a part of helping to propel the world’s transition to a low carbon future,” said Kerry Adler, SkyPower President and Chief Executive Officer. “As an Official Partner of COP21, our senior management team will also be on-site in Paris to participate with the world’s leaders, proponents of sustainability and delegations from over 150 countries, to help them explore how utility-scale solar energy can be part of the solution mix in helping them meet their respective climate commitments, objectives and initiatives.”
The Official Partnership with COP21 is an integral part of SkyPower’s ongoing initiatives as a corporate leader on climate change – one of the most important issues of our time.
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The SDGs launched in September 2015 at the 70th session of the General Assembly of the United Nations in New York City cover a broad range of sustainable development issues with the objective of addressing poverty, hunger, health, education and climate change, amongst others. SkyPower remains deeply committed to the SDGs as a fundamental part of its business and growth strategy, and as a clear example to demonstrate that corporations can prosper while helping the world become a better place for all humankind.