for solar energy innovation
Rayton Solar boasts a number of awards and honors for its cost-efficient solar cell manufacturing process. Our team and technology have been recognized across multiple respected publication channels and featured in major events and conferences that support sustainable solutions and burgeoning technologies in cleantech, including:
- CES 2018 Extreme Tech Challenge
- Business Intelligence Group’s Sustainability Award
- Climate Resolve’s Coolest in LA 2017
FOR solar cell efficiency
“Coolest in LA” shines a spotlight on five cool projects that are helping LA and California lead the world in the fight against climate change. Rayton Solar was recently recognized for its revolutionary research in solar cell efficiency.
Coolest in LA is an entrepreneurial reception in one of downtown’s coolest spaces that feature 300 diverse environmental entrepreneurs in the city of Los Angeles.
Andrew yakub, CEO, Receives honor in ENERGY category
Rayton Solar CEO, Andrew Yakub, was selected for the 2016 Forbes Top 30 Under 30 list in the Energy sector. Yakub was a recipient of the distinguished award for being one of the top innovators in energy under the age of 30. This achievement is the culmination of his years of experience ranging from UCLA’s Particle Beam Physics Lab to NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab, his management of over 6MW of commercial solar projects, and the groundbreaking research and technological
Sustainability leader in solar energy innovation
Rayton Solar featured in Extreme Tech Challenge
Rayton Solar was a semi-finalist at the CES 2018 Extreme Tech Challenge, a highly selective competition that empowers early-stage companies to generate visibility and potential resources from leading innovators. Rayton Solar was selected for the development of revolutionary solar energy technology to manufacture solar energy materials that are more cost-effective and efficient.
Rayton Solar gave a presentation on its solar cell technology and its plans to scale solar energy at The Venetian hotel in Las Vegas, in front of Young Sohn, president and chief strategy officer of Samsung Electronics, Gary Shapiro, chief executive officer of the Consumer Technology Association, and Koichi Narasaki, chief digital officer and managing executive at leading Japanese insurer, Sompo Holdings.
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