Daystar Technology: Ground Braking Ceremony for Samoan Solar Project
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Laas Vegas, Nevada - Salamon Group, Inc.'s and Daystar Technologies, Inc.'s Eco Energy Solutions (Australia) Pty Ltd.'s subsidiary Solar Samoa Ltd. attended the official ground breaking with government officials in Faleolo, Samoa. The first step of this large-scale renewable energy initiative worth $50 Million will upon completion, make Samoa the renewable power leader in the Pacific.
Michael Matvieshen, CEO of Sunlogics, Gary Yost of Eco Energy, and the Deputy Prime Minister of Samoa attended the ceremony.
Further details on the ceremony can be found on the following links:
Samoa Observer article by Marieta Heidi Iialio
Samoa Observer editorial by Mata'a Keni Lesa
About Salamon Group, Inc.
Salamon Group, Inc., through its Sunlogics Power Fund Management Inc. division, is a solar energy project company specializing in the construction management and acquisition of renewable energy power projects. Sunlogics Power also looks to acquire assets and other companies in the solar and renewable energy space that are a strategic fit. Sunlogics Power is also a project-acquiring partner of Sunlogics Plc and its Subsidiary as well as other third party project developers, http://www.sunlogicspowerfund.com.
About Daystar Technologies, Inc. (DSTI)
Daystar Technologies, Inc. is a leader in CIGS thin film deposition technology for the development of solar photovoltaic products based on its technology. Information, visit the Daystar website, http://www.daystartech.com.
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