In Renergy we endeavor to power Africa with renewable energy sources.
We have several utility scale solar PV power projects under development in Sub-Saharan Africa, and are determined to keep developing clean power projects to fight the power shortage in the African continent.
In a collaboration with our local partners, governments and customers we create solutions for safe and clean energy. All our projects are without any local subsidies.
Our investors are determined to mitigate the continent’s scarcity of electricity capacity.
Mads Vestergaard Sørensen
Chief Executive Officer
Mads has more than 15 years experience from the Energy and Shipping industry having held various positions with the A.P. Moller – Maersk Group. He holds an MBA from Insead Business school.
Chief Operating Officer
Mikkel has been an active investor and business developer in the Sub Saharan Africa for a decade, with focus on sustainable agriculture and renewable energy.
Dele is a UK/Nigerian serial entrepreneur and business developer with significant experience in business incubation and government relations. Dele hold an MBA from Keele University in Staffordshire UK.
Director African Region
Alfonso has 39 years of working experience on the African continent. He holds a university degree in Economics and Trade and Masters in Management and Finance from the University of Hartford and University of Connecticut – USA. In 2016 he was appointed by the Government of Zimbabwe as Honorary Consul of the Republic of Zimbabwe in Italy.
What we do
Grid connected utility scale PV solar power projects
As a developer, Renergy can engage from green field to late stage development of utility-scale solar PV power plants, which feed electricity directly into the grid or grid island. Africa has a solar irradiation at least 40% higher than Europe, so it is really an ideal area where to build solar plants with zero pollutio
We currently have development project in various countries all over Africa and with a particularly strong foot print in sub-saharan Africa. The majority of the African countries signed the Kyoto Protocol in order to respect the environment, so they are engaged to produce at least 20% of clean energy.
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