Renewvia Energy Corporation is a top 500 Global Solar Developer headquartered in Atlanta, Ga. We design, install, own and operate commercial and community solar power systems across multiple continents, and provide a complete range of solar energy solutions including turnkey solar installation, integrated financing and solar consulting services.
Renewvia launched in 2009 and developed our first rooftop array that same year. We spent the next few years expanding into new geographies and industries across the United States and added a multitude of new projects to our still growing portfolio.
In 2015, we entered the Africa market and developed our first Off-Grid Rural Electrification Project. This led us to activating two new subsidiaries: Renewvia Energy Kenya Limited and Renewvia Solar Nigeria Limited.
Since 2015, we have continued to grow and expand into new markets, geographies, and industries alike. As we enter our second decade we not only look back on great accomplishments, but look ahead to making an impact across the world by continuing to provide clean, reliable power on a growing scale.
Headquartered in Atlanta GA, Renewvia’s turn-key EPC services, comprehensive financing offerings, and back end O&M services provide our clients with a one-stop shop solution to Solar. Renewvia’s footprint spans much of the United States and have performed work across many industry sectors including, but not limited to: Auto and Steel Fabrication companies, multifamily housing developments, and the agriculture sector.
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With two subsidiaries in Kenya and Nigeria, Renewvia has a large and growing presence in key markets across Africa, where the company builds, installs and operates minigrids: standalone power system that operate autonomously from a country’s main power supply. The company’s Rural Microgrid Development and Operation Model is designed to scale reliable power in areas that are either unserved by conventional utilities, or ineligible for grid extension. We construct standalone and hybrid solar photovoltaic and battery-powered plants that can accommodate additional capacity from wind or other sources of electricity.