Infinity Power currently operates in Egypt, South Africa, and Senegal, with a strategic goal to extend its presence to all 54 African countries. The objective is to deliver electricity to underserved regions, addressing critical power needs across the continent.
African renewable energy provider.
1.3 GW
operational portfolio in Egypt, South Africa, and Senegal.
10 GW
of operational renewable energy projects targeted for 2030.
+ 3 mln
tons of CO2 emissions reduced annually.
local initiatives supported across 7 communities.
+ $3 mln
invested in community initiatives.

Infinity Power is a joint venture between Egypt’s Infinity and Masdar (Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company) to target power generation and distribution projects in the renewable energy space in Africa.

Infinity Power excels in navigating emerging markets by leveraging strong government connections, executing strategic acquisitions, and fostering valuable partnerships to ensure project success.

The company combines the expertise and experience of its founding shareholder companies, Masdar and Infinity, specializing in power generation projects through renewable energy sources on utility-scale, commercial and industrial scales. Infinity Power is the company with the most relevant strategic shareholders to be able to secure and execute large scale projects in Africa.

Infinity Power is backed by the following companies
Solar Photovoltaic
Onshore Wind
Low-Carbon Hydrogen Technology
Electricity for Desalination
Transmission Grids
Battery Storage Solutions
Our commitment to sustainability:
Infinity Power’s 2023 ESG Report

Infinity Power aims to deliver 10 GW of renewable energy solutions by 2030.

We currently operate 1.3 GW of renewable energy projects, reducing more than 3 million tons of CO2 emissions per year.

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Infinity Power is Africa’s largest pure play renewable energy provider focusing on utility-scale solar and on-shore wind technologies. We are a joint venture between Egypt’s Infinity and Masdar (Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company), bringing together both founding companies’ strong track record of developing and operating renewable energy assets with a substantial operational portfolio across Egypt, South Africa and Senegal.