About the Company
Think Renewables Group (TRG) facilitates funding for commercial scale renewable energy and energy storage projects to help finance its social business initiatives, which include manufacturing communications systems designed for areas with limited internet access as well as a project called ThinkBiz Africa.
In addition, TRG has launched a project called Climate Solutions Advancement Network (ClimateSAN). This network facilitates investment in solutions that mitigate and adapt to climate change (Climate Solutions) and promotes awareness of the need for action on climate change. Recently, ClimateSAN launched its Accelerating Climate Solutions (ACS) Program and is working with Ryerson and York Universities to implement it. To help facilitate investment in Climate Solutions and promote action on climate change, ClimateSAN works with partners to host online events such as Hydrogen, Sustainability and Finance Conference 2020 with the Hydrogen Business Council. For more information, see www.climatesan.org.
ThinkBiz Africa is social business initiative that is developing a network of solar-powered small business (SBiz) Centres to facilitate both education and entrepreneurship in underserved communities, especially for girls. For more information, please see a 2.5-minute pitch video at http://thinkrenewables.com/tbv and ThinkBiz Africa homepage at http://thinkrenewables.com/tba . To help accelerate this social business initiative, ClimateSAN partnered with the Canada Africa Partnership (CAP) Network to launch the Africa Climate Action Initiative (ACAI).
Combining its technologies with other complementary systems is part of its overall plan to integrate renewable energy technologies, free educational information, communication technologies and low-cost user devices to enhance education and accelerate job creation in developing countries on a substantial scale.
TRG is headquartered in Canada and has operations in the United States through its subsidiary, Think Renewables, Inc. (TRI). TRG is member of the Ryerson University’s Clean Energy Zone, which is an incubator/accelerator for innovative clean-tech companies.
Both TRG and TRI are owned by Paul Stevers. As profits are generated by these companies, they will be donated to CharityHelp International to support its humanitarian activities, including the work of CharityHelp’s partner organization in Afghanistan, the Afghan Child Education and Care Organization (AFCECO).
Given below is a list of our executive team members (click on images for more info):