A Word From Our CEO
“ We started ApriSolar to make a difference in how energy was generated in developing countries. Industrialization has improved the standard of life and economic status of most OECD member countries. However, according to health and environmental data we have powered industrial growth with harmful and unsustainable sources of energy for far too long. Technology is providing us with cleaner, more affordable ways to generate electricity going forward. We believe that by investing in renewable energy projects we can support the adoption of green energy generation in emerging markets.
Our vision is to power the next chapter of economic development for non-OECD member countries, with energy sources that is truly sustainable.
As a Renewable Power Producer, we are actively participating in the international debate on sustainability and the development of energy-saving technologies. we are mandating for policies governing the manufacture of renewable energy technology to be more sustainable by using more recyclable parts, this reduces waste, is less harmful for people and the environment. A truly sustainable business case, for us, is one where all components fit into the circular economy principle of reducing waste throughout the entire renewable energy value chain.
On all our projects the full electricity production cycle is taken into account, from design to installation to de-commissioning of a plant. Our engineers plan pro-active maintenance of our assets to ensure we prolong the useful life of the assets. Our short term aim is to have an installed capacity of 1000 MWp of renewable energy plants by the year 2025. This will help reduce 530,000 kg of CO2 by the same year in terms of capacity alone.
A key measure of success for us is developing projects that have a higher energy density per square meter. Saving on valuable land space and delivering greater economic returns on our investments.
We are contributing to a better future by helping to reduce the global dependency on hydrocarbons. We are making it even more possible for developing countries, most of whom already have an abundance Solar Irradiance and prevailing winds, to grow their economies more efficiently by generating electricity that is sustainable, affordable and reliable.“
~ Sonny Boateng
Chief Executive Officer