Kayo Energy

Kayo Energy

Tempe, Arizona, United States

Team size: 51 - 200

Sector: Energy

About Kayo Energy

Founders: Aaron Weymann

Founded date: 2017

Connect: kayoenergy.com

Company stage: Other

Kayo Energy’s mission is to positively impact communities by providing access to clean and affordable energy. In 2019 Kayo Energy entered into a charitable partnership with GivePower to support the construction of their innovative Solar Water Farms. Using solar energy and battery storage, each farm can provide up to 35,000 people with safe drinking water every day. Giving people access to healthy water for their families supports better nutrition, reduces violence, improves school attendance and productivity, and supports local economic development. Most importantly, access to clean water reduces the spread of waterborne disease, the world’s leading killer. For every solar system Kayo Energy installs, we'll provide two people in need with access to clean drinking water for 20 years. Click on the link to learn more about this technology: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ky-U1V8rfWI&feature=youtu.be Kayo Energy is rapidly expanding, currently providing solar to 13 states including Arizona, California, Connecticut, Hawaii, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Utah and Washington DC. Kayo Energy. Do Good. Save Money.

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