We exist to provide clean energy to people where they need it and when they need it most.
We're here to provide clean energy to people where they need it and when they need it most.
What We Do
We deploy battery charging stations for remote power applications.
We exist to bring clean energy to the streets around us.
An emission free city where everyone has access to remote clean energy
To bring this idea to life, we have participated in the following:
Tamer Fund Hacking4Humanity Competition (September 2021) - 1st Place
Greater Good Pitch Competition (October 2020) - Audience's Choice
Tamer Center Social Venture Pitch Competition (April 2020) - 1st Place
Clinton Foundation's CGI U Class of 2020 (January 2020)
Rockefeller - Acumen Student Social Enterprise Accelerator (March 2020)
CleanStart CEO Crash Course (June 2020)
2020 Columbia-Harvard MIT Bootcamp Accelerator (August 2020)
Our team brings over 10 years of industry experience in solar project development and sustainability.
Cynthia Leung - CEO & Founder
Companies: SunPower, Clinton Foundation, Columbia University
Cynthia Leung is the Founder & CEO of Soluminos and is an advisor to Climate & Capital Media. She competed in the Tamer Fund's Hacking4Humanity Competition, where Soluminos took 1st place, the 2020 Rockefeller - Acumen Student Social Enterprise Accelerator and the 2020 Columbia-Harvard MIT Bootcamp Accelerator and was a Clinton Foundation CGI U Commitment Maker. She interned with the Clinton Foundation's Clinton Climate Initiative and focused on their Islands Energy Program.
She holds an M.S. in Sustainability Management from Columbia University and is a two-time Earth Institute Sustainability Fellow. She holds a B.A. in Quantitative Economics and a minor in Global Sustainability from UC Irvine. She served as the Sustainability Management Student Association's VP of Community Outreach and currently serves as the Women & Sustainability’s Director of Initiatives. She was recently awarded with the Columbia School of Professional Studies 2020 Scholar Practitioner Award for her work focused on her social enterprise inside and outside of the classroom.
Prior to Columbia, Cynthia was a Project Development Manager on the Utility team at SunPower where she worked on developing over 1 GW of solar projects over 6.5 years. She was a Professional Mentor and Impact Coach for the TechWomen Program and is a Certified Mentor under the Mentoring Standard. She has hosted trainings and talks on sustainability, communication, and mentorship in four countries.
During her undergrad, Cynthia served as the President for two years for the Green Campus Program at the UC Irvine, where she planned and implemented energy and water efficiency projects on campus. The projects focused on hard metric savings, academic integration, education and outreach, and green workforce development.
Cynthia is passionate about sustainability, building connections, and empowering the next generation with the ability to address climate change. In her free time, she enjoys photography, rock climbing, running, dancing, and traveling.
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