SkyPower Home is proud to announce its partnership with Sun Stone Equity, our exclusive licensee in three territories consisting of Venezuela, Curaçao, and Suriname. Our partnership will help distribute portable solar home systems to the rural households who have limited access to electricity.

Each SkyPower Home solar system will include a solar panel, two LED light bulbs (with a capacity to illuminate four), multiple USB charging capabilities (for charging cell phones and other handheld electronic devices) and an integrated radio that is designed to operate in extreme conditions. Each solar system is backed by a comprehensive warranty, which will include an in-community hot-swap program. Skypower Home has built it’s system to the most stringent of standards that will meet and/or exceed all requisite certifications and published standards to ensure the highest quality, reliability and longevity.

Skypower Home is an exclusive worldwide master licensee of the famous Canadian leader Skypower Global. Distributing portable solar systems and solar-powered portable energy solutions for consumer and commercial use, enabling communities with limited access to electricity to harness the abundant power of the sun.
SkyPower Home is a forward thinking international energy solutions company working with next-generation technology. Using the latest knowledge in efficient renewable energy markets and technology, we cover all bases – from sales and distribution to customer service.

With a combined population of 32 Million people all three of these terrtories are in desperate need of portable energy solutions to electrify their homes. Venezuela generates most of its electricity from a single, massive dam. It currently grapples with a poverty rate at 80% and heavily relies on renewable energy solutions. In Curacao the need for portable home systems are enormous as well. The Sun is 150 million kilometres away, and amazingly powerful. Just the tiny fraction of the Sun’s energy that hits the Earth (around a hundredth of a millionth of a percent) is enough to meet all of their power needs many times over. Amongst the Caribbean countries, Suriname has thelowest reliance upon fossil fuels for the electricity generation. Despite the enormous solar radiation and potential for solar energy in Suriname, no medium- or large-scale solar projects (neither PV nor solar thermal) have been installed in Suriname yet. Some projects have been carried out in the interior (for example, in Kwamala Samatu), but failed due to lack of community ownership and participation resulting in poor maintenance of the equipment .