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Rayton Solar is an Investment in Solar Energy’s Future

“At Rayton, we are holding the future of solar energy in our hands. With our patented technology, we can remold the $90+ Billion Dollar Solar Industry”

– Andrew Yakub

Great news! The wait is over – the SEC has qualified our offering statement to raise funds through StartEngine! If you’ve been considering investing in solar energy projects, we highly encourage you to visit our Start Engine page to see how Rayton Solar is primed for major growth in the solar industry.

Thank you for your patience and continued interest in Rayton Solar. We received over $7.5 Million in reservations. To complete your investment please use the link above. Join us and invest in Rayton Solar Today!


Andrew Yakub

Chief Executive Officer

Rayton Solar Inc.



Got a question about rayton solar?

What are solar panels made of?
Solar panel technology and manufacturing is evolving, but the science remains the same. The panels are a collection of photovoltaic cells that encase silicon in a glass. When sunlight hits the cells, the electrons flee the silicon. When the electrons are trapped, they create voltage. Once they’re transported through wiring, those volts are pure energy.


Where are solar panels produced?
The majority of solar installations in the United States (80%) use imported panels.. The raw materials are sourced from all over the world, most notably from Malaysia (36 percent), South Korea (21 percent), China, Thailand, and Vietnam each contributing 8 to 9 percent. Rayton Solar is one of the few American solar panel manufacturers that is less expensive (0.24 cost per Watt solar cells  vs. 0.46 cost per watt) than these other sources.
What do you see as the biggest obstacle for solar energy? How does Rayton Solar plan to address that?
The solar industry currently needs subsidies for it to be cost-competitive with other sources. Rayton Solar has produced the solar cell technology that has the potential to be cost-effective to the point where subsidies are not needed for solar panels to be the cheapest source of energy.
Who is your top competition? What sets your company apart?
There are a couple of main competitors, however, neither is in production and neither can compete with Rayton Solar when it comes to projected cost and technology. Rayton Solar is the only company capable of handling 3-micron thick silicon, which is significantly less silicon per wafer than our competitors, and is able to reduce silicon waste to zero.