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Meet Our Founder

Guy Koloko, is the Founder and CEO of KNS Solar LLC, a strategic international energy and project development corporation headquartered in Texas, USA with countless solar PV systems installed in the US markets. Through its subsidiaries and affiliates, the company provides solar energy solutions and services to residential, commercial and industrial power users in emerging and frontier markets worldwide.

He is also the founder of A Light in the Darkness, an international nonprofit solar project which aims to install solar system kits including LED lights and a water pump to remote orphanages and clinics around the world, particularly Africa. He has spearheaded many solar initiatives to contribute meaningfully towards environmental sustainability.

Prior to founding KNS Solar, Guy worked for Anadarko Petroleum and Enbridge as a SCADA project engineer. He is holder of a bachelor’s degree in Mechatronics (Automation) Engineering from Southern Polytechnic State University / Kennesaw State University in Marietta, Georgia. With a distinguished career in the Oil and Gas sector, Guy decided to move into renewable energy and formed KNS Solar to promote solar energy for positive socio-economic change, catalyst sustainability, and environmental initiatives.
Guy is a Cameroonian by birth, an African by destiny, and a global citizen by leadership. He is a North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) certified PV installer, and has extensive know-how for developing off-grid & large-scale solar projects for various applications.

A versatile and innovative young entrepreneur, Guy speaks at international gatherings on topics related to renewable energy. He has addressed many of the challenges of the modern energy landscape at several large events, including the University of Texas Energy Week (a private workshop organized by the U.S Department of State Bureau of Energy Resources), as well as the University of Houston, among several other leading energy research academies.