LeoVera provides Utility-Scale Renewable Energy Solutions for Residential, Commercial and Industrial needs.
Sustainable design, environmentally friendly materials, modern green mindset and clean high standard building methodology set us apart.
Founded in 2015, this company was spawned out of the necessity of reducing pollution and our dependence on fossil fuels. We are motivated to move toward a cleaner, greener, more sustainable world, powered by clean, pollution free energy.
We are part of a massive paradigm shift that is currently occurring, where the world is sidestepping traditional dirty and expensive fossil fuel sources for more sustainable and forward looking solutions.
We provide communities with energy independence and the latest technology for all energy needs.
August Wojtkiewicz Founder & C.E.O.
August Wojtkiewicz has many years of experience in the sustainability and renewable energy fields, including a background in public and academic policy combined with University based environmental activism.
He was the co-founder of CUNY Divest as well as its Director of Research, an organization that helped pass 14 resolutions calling for divestment from fossil fuels in the University Student Senate and governing bodies of the City University of New York. He was Vice-Chair of the Academic Senate at Hunter College, where he completed his Bachelor of Arts Degree majoring in Economics, with concentrations in Classics, English and Mathematics.
He has worked for a number of prominent companies, academies and organizations in New York City. He likes to Volunteer for Sustainable Causes.
He is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of LeoVera.
Essentially, LeoVera’s Story is the Quintessential American One. It’s the story of the American Dream. A young idealistic American seeks to improve the world by thinking hard about what is the most pressing need in society, and seeks to fulfill that need by satiating latent demand, opening up and expanding a new industry, developing advanced technology, and improving the world by lowering emissions and replacing outdated inefficient infrastructure with more advanced, cleaner, and better solutions. The issue of climate change is the most pressing issue for our generation. The world is heating up fast, the polar regions are melting, our planet is warming incrementally, and we face the issue of air pollution, fossil fuel use that is contributing to climate change, wars over these fossil fuel resources, and the need to create and implement solutions that will address these pressing issues.
The fundamental issue is the use of fossil fuels. Granted it is a massive industry and market, and it creates tons of value by allowing people to travel around the world in planes, and get to where they need to go in cars, and provides a very potent energy source. Yet what are the costs? The toll this is taking on the planet is simply unacceptable. If the earth warms enough, the oceans will rise, agricultural lands will be desertified, we will face massive population adjustments and refugees, more forest fires, more floods, more pressing issues that result from the complications associated with weather changes, pollution, emissions, geopolitical implications regarding resources and access to those resources, and myriads of other issues resulting and branching out from these considerations. So a solution is to slowly phase out fossil fuel use, to implement the alternative. To harness clean renewable energy sourced from the sun, the wind, the tides, the water flows of our society. Because these sources of energy are endless, and do not result in emissions, and do not result in wars, and do not result in complications. So it is a very viable solution that addresses the heart of the issue and solves multiple problems at once. So it addresses the root of the problem, and all we have to do is implement the various renewable energy sources so that we can harness these endless channels of energy from the myriad ways where it appears. The story of LeoVera is the story of seeking a solution to society’s most pressing need and satisfying that need whereby it benefits all, as the Sun does.