(424) 645-7359
The Rayton Solar offering is now closed and is no longer accepting investments.

Investor Relations Email


Investor Relations Phone

(424) 645-7359

Subscribe to Newsletter

Receive Rayton Solar Updates.



Reactions from SXSW 2018

Rayton Solar was on hand at SXSW to attend a series of panels discussing the future of clean energy. Here’s our take on each. March 10, 2018 The Clean Energy Materials of Tomorrow, Today Rayton Solar met with Alán Aspuru-Guzik, SXSW panelist and current Professor of...

Page 1 of 212



Investor Relations – (424) 645-7359

General Inquiries   – (424) 645-7359


Investor Relations – investor@raytonsolar.com

General Inquiries – info@raytonsolar.com


1729 21st Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404

I'm interested in:

 Rayton Solar has received backing from qualified institutions and scientists to conduct solar cell experiments with a custom linear particle accelerator. Read more about these latest developments. For Rayton Solar crowdfunding information or a Rayton Solar investment review, please visit our investor relations page.

Recent Press Releases

Download our recent press release from CES 2018.

Latest from Andrew Yakub, CEO

Download a recent message from Rayton Solar’s CEO Andrew Yakub.

Investor Update Newsletter

Download a quarterly overview of what’s happening with Rayton Solar.

Solar Energy Resources

With new manufacturing technologies emerging and an emphasis on growth in the American solar energy sector – investing in solar projects will continue to increase. Utility customers looking to fulfill their solar needs ahead of the tariffs imposed in early 2018 will play a major role in US-based manufacturing. The solar industry could see a rise in market values as the trend towards America solar energy manufacturing is projected to rise. In the U.S., the solar industry currently employs more individuals than the coal, gas, and oil industries combined. Solar will only get cheaper as manufacturing and installation continue to increase on American soil.

Here’s a breakdown of how the tariffs will impact the future of solar energy:

Breakthrough Solar Energy Technology

Looking to invest in solar energy stock? The solar industry grew by 50% in 2017. Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF)  expects between 94 GW and 111 GW to be installed in 2018, and further growth to 107 GW to 121 GW in 2019. This upward trend presents a massive high-growth opportunity for potential investors. The industry is primed for impact investors who want to achieve a high return while backing a massive mission to save the environment. Rayton Solar is on the cutting-edge of the solar industry. The company is uniquely positioned to positively impact the industry by substantially reducing current costs. Investors have the opportunity to partake in a rapidly growing industry and to support a needed solution to transition to sustainability. While some solar manufacturers will see raw materials get pricier due to the tariffs, the scale and efficiency of a US-based solar company like Rayton Solar may offset the tariffs. Rayton Solar uses a patented approach to producing the most cost-effective solar cells. Our particle accelerator technology has the unique ability to eliminate up to 95% of kerf loss during the production process. Often, kerf loss during manufacturing is a huge source of solar material waste when using conventional wire cutting methods. The thickness of current silicon solar cells ranges between 150 to 200 microns, but Rayton’s cells are only 2 to 3 microns thick using high efficient gallium arsenide cells. The thin solar cells, which are highly flexible and lightweight, make for easy integration in various solar energy applications.