We are establishing an office in Egypt to provide solar power solutions to commercial and industrial customers. We help our customers reduce power costs and company overheads.

We are planning to establish partnerships with experienced solar channel partners. If you have an industrial solar project that requires financing, please contact us.


IFC invests in equity in Yellow Door Energy

“This investment will help local businesses tap into a clean, reliable supply of energy while demonstrating the potential of small-scale solar systems in Pakistan and other countries suffering from power shortages.”

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Yellow Door Energy to launch solar power plants in Egypt

“[The] company is planning to manage all the phases of its solar energy plants. Long-term contracts were concluded under the build, operate, transfer (BOT) scheme, so that clients can pay for their consumption to the company which would become the only owners of the plant after the contract ends.”

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Financing Capability: We recently raised $65 million in Series A financing and can provide funding in debt and equity for projects in Egypt over the next 3 years.

Credible Reputation: We have existing relationships with many leading multinational companies (e.g. Unilever, Nestlé, Carrefour); several prominent global investors are investing in our company, signalling their trust in our competence and capability;

Solar Experience: Our in-house team of solar PV engineers have successfully developed projects worldwide; we have over 100 MW of solar projects operating, under construction and signed.

Risk Management Expertise: We provide reliable solutions to address C&I customers’ power generation problems. We enforce comprehensive reviews of customer risk profiles.

Ability to Scale: Our partners will grow and scale with us. Together, we will generate profitable and cost-effective power solutions that also improve the environment.


Mr. Omar Sadder
Regional Development Manager
Yellow Door Energy
+2010 6 576 0597

Yellow Door Energy, a market-leading solar developer in the Middle East, this week shared its market outlook for solar photovoltaics (PV) in Egypt and Jordan.
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