Power of the Sun

Solar Energy Can Help Combat Global Warming

Solar power is the key to a clean energy future. Every day, the sun gives off far more energy than we need to power everything on earth. 

Avinor has taken the lead and mounted 428 solar panels on the facade of their Svalbard airport covering a total area of 700 square meters with a total effect 138 kw.

Carl Einar Ianssen, Avinor

Carl Einar Ianssen
Operations Manager Svalbard Airport

Svalbard airport is working on powering the airport with wind and solar

Raymond Carlsen
Ceo Scatec Solar

Raymond Carlsen (1955) became CEO of Scatec Solar in 2009. Carlsen was previously partner and responsible for developing Aker ASA’s portfolio of Energy related businesses. He was also responsible for Aker Solutions’ Subsea division. Carlsen has more than 30 years of industrial experience from management positions. He holds a Master of Science degree from Florida Institute of Technology.

We are on a mission together with a lot of other companies that see these as tremendous business opportunities which will lead us to have electricity produced from solar and wind together with batteries at a lower cost than any other source of energy.

Raymond Carlsen, CEO Scatec Solar
Scatec Solar Rwanda

Catch Solar

What if we could re-imagine building materials. Using a building with an active skin to capture energy. Directly from the sun. Not like we traditionally see solar But solar power that can directly generate heat 
that is three times more efficient in collecting the power of the sun.