Making Solar Energy Economical
Solar energy cell manufacturing is expensive. Increasing the yield of semiconductor materials like gallium arsenide (GaAs) during solar cell production — all while cutting the cost in half — is the next step toward transforming the solar industry. For the first time ever, Rayton Solar has figured out a solution to economically make solar panels using particle beam technology unlike anything previously developed.
PHASE I: SOLAR ELECTRONICS
Anywhere that a person is active there is light energy available. We aim to make our high-efficiency solar cells available for everyday use — including the back of your phone.
PHASE II: SOLAR-POWERED CARS AND EVS
More and more manufacturers see electric cars as a solution to our fossil fuel dependency. Rayton Solar plans to become a major player in providing the cost-effective and clean grid energy necessary for solar- powered cars.
PHASE III: UTILITY-SCALE SOLAR PROJECTS
More than 26,000 MW of utility-scale solar power projects are already under development in the U.S. Rayton Solar technology will improve efficiency, cut costs, and even develop new applications for utility-scale projects.
WHy invest in Rayton Solar technology?
more efficient solar cells.
less expensive solar panels.
less raw material required per wafer.
of project solar capacity in CA.
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Dr. Mingguo Liu, Chief Technology Officer for Rayton Solar, was nominated at Los Angeles Business Journal CTO Awards last week alongside many of the city's top information technologists and technology officers. Dr. Liu was recognized for playing a vital role in making...
One of the highest quality semiconductor materials available today in solar panel production—gallium arsenide (GaAs)—appears to have met its perfect match. By coupling GaAs with a patented ion implantation process, Rayton Solar is a GaAs solar cell manufacturer aiming...
On the show Billions, an American TV drama series on Showtime, a company called Rayveon Solar aims to supply solar panels for their charity work in Africa. In real-life, Rayton Solar is trying to do the same for the island of Haiti. Rayton Solar Speaks at Haiti's...