Founding Companies


240 MWp of
total installed
Generated enough
energy to power
256,240 homes
556,696 MWh
generated in
208,265 tonnes
of carbon emissions
saved per year
Electric Vehicle
charging points
installed to date

Established in 2014, Infinity is Egypt's sole renewable energy solutions provider, specializing in clean energy solutions for all sectors and scales. It holds the largest Egyptian stake in the Benban Solar Park, Africa's largest photovoltaic power station with a 14% share of its estimated 1,465 MWp capacity. For nearly a decade, Infinity has led the charge toward a sustainable future in Egypt and Africa, delivering efficient and sustainable energy solutions.

Infinity harnesses various resources for power generation, including solar, wind, waste-to-energy, and innovative technologies like green hydrogen, water desalination, and electric vehicle (EV) charging grids, alongside complementary solutions such as battery storage and transmission grids.

Since 2018, Infinity has spearheaded the development of a robust EV infrastructure in Egypt, establishing the country's largest and fastest-growing EV charging network. Today, Infinity proudly boasts over 550 charging points spanning 12 governorates, with ambitious plans to reach 1,000 charging points by the end of 2024.

Infinity's group shareholders include the Africa Finance Corporation (AFC) and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD).







44+ countries
across six continents

US$ 30 billion
Combined value invested in
global projects

Projects displace over
20 gigawatts (GW)

Displace more than
30 million tons
Of Co2 per year


Established in 2006, Masdar, Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company, is a multi-faceted renewable energy company with a mission to invest, incubate and establish a commercially viable new-energy industry in Abu Dhabi and around the world.

Founded in 2006, Masdar, the Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company, is a versatile renewable energy firm dedicated to investing, nurturing, and establishing a financially viable new-energy sector in Abu Dhabi and worldwide.

Masdar has successfully designed, constructed, and manages 20 GW of projects on a global scale, encompassing onshore and offshore wind, Solar PV, and CSP technologies, spanning the UAE, MENA, and Europe, with a cumulative value approximating $30 billion.

As one of the fastest-growing renewable energy companies globally, Masdar aims to achieve a total capacity of 100 gigawatts by 2030, with aspirations to double that capacity in the years ahead.

By bringing together the UAE's three energy leaders—Mubadala, ADNOC, and TAQA—Masdar leverages their collective expertise to outline ambitious growth strategies, positioning itself as a global leader in clean energy and aspiring to supply 1 million tons of green hydrogen by 2030.