Yellow Door Energy, a sustainable energy provider for businesses, celebrated its fifth anniversary with an impressive milestone of 110 megawatts of distributed solar assets in the UAE, Jordan and Pakistan. The company’s solar projects have generated over 50 million kilowatt-hours of clean energy to-date.
Yellow Door Energy’s solar projects also have eliminated 21,600 tonnes of carbon emissions, equivalent to removing 4,700 passenger cars off the road.
“Five years ago we saw a future where businesses could generate the power they needed for themselves. Having supported the first businesses in the Middle East and Pakistan on this sustainable energy transition, we are more confident than ever in our vision. On the personal front, I am immensely thankful for all the support from my colleagues and partners who have shared in this vision. Our success will mean a cleaner, more efficient, and more resilient world.”, Jeremy Crane, CEO and Co-Founder of Yellow Door Energy, said.
“We are honored to contribute to Jordan’s renewable energy targets, while making Jordanian businesses more efficient and competitive. As the leading solar developer in the country, we hope to continue to help businesses recover from COVID-19 challenges and increase solar energy adoption in Jordan and beyond.”, Mohammad Zawati, Country Director for Yellow Door Energy Jordan stated
Earlier this year, Yellow Door Energy signed its first solar contract in Saudi Arabia and opened an office in Pakistan. The company aims to expand to help more businesses reduce energy costs, improve power reliability and switch to clean energy.
Recently, Yellow Door Energy, a UAE-based sustainable energy provider for businesses was awarded a solar contract with Hira Walraven AC LLC (“Hira Walraven”), a Dutch and UAE joint venture for construction material and piping systems, for its facility in National Industries Park in Dubai, UAE.
The 524 kilowatt-peak rooftop solar plant is expected to generate more than 850,000 kilowatt-hours of clean energy in its first year of operation, equivalent to reducing 360,000 kilograms of carbon emissions or planting 9,400 trees. Over 1,100 solar panels will be installed to cover 4,700 square meters of roof space at the facility, meeting over 90% of its energy consumption needs.