Sun Infinite Energy is a new venture renewable energy solution provider with an initial focus on solar energy as a viable replacement to conventional energy sources in Egypt & the Region. Our main focus is the development of viable solar energy applications by customizing the available global technology to create a fit for purpose solution adjusted to the market's energy needs.

SIE was established in 2011 as a private shareholders company and has been working slowly towards knowledge building and creating a strong technical & commercial team that can pave the way for medium & large scale solar applications in Egypt & the Region.

SIE strongly believes that Egypt's energy shortage cannot, and will not, be solved without looking for possible alternatives to conventional energy sources. Egypt possesses an abundance of land, sunny weather and high wind speeds, making it a prime resource for three renewable energy sources: wind, solar and biomass. SIE will initially focus on Solar Energy plans to follow that with development know how into other renewable sources.

To achieve that SIE has made innovation an intricate & critical part of its vision and strongly believes that our young team of engineers has the stamina and will to shape the future of Energy in the Region.

Israeli solar company looks to Africa, US for opportunities

Friday, 22 May 2015 15:54

Energix CEO tells pv magazine he has ruled out operating in China, India or the UK and is looking to North America and Africa to expand his renewables business.

The pv magazine weekly news digest

Friday, 22 May 2015 14:41

Crippling debts and absentee chairmen hogged the headlines coming out of China this week but amid the madness, there was good news out of the US and the Middle East.

Off-grid weekly digest

Friday, 22 May 2015 14:36

The most comprehensive weekly off-grid PV report, curated by pv magazine's specialist editor, Pete Carvill.

Hanwha unveils solar-powered island plan

Friday, 22 May 2015 12:47

The Korean group announces project that will see the small islet of Jukdo turned into a 100% solar-powered community, replacing the four diesel generators that currently provide power.