Solera’s international focus is on jurisdictions that suffer from the high cost of energy and an unreliable supply of power. Many countries are wholly dependent on fossil fuels for their electricity. Not only is it unclean, it is increasingly costly. So, as the cost of fossil fuels continues to escalate, and the cost of renewables continues to decline, Solera has reached out to provide clean, dependable electricity to a number of International clients.Solera’s products and systems are used far and wide, from autonomous power for security monitoring systems at a US naval base in Spain, to the self-contained Solera Power Centre employed in off-grid systems in Brazil, to complete grid-connected homes and commercial power systems across the Caribbean.
And now Solera has developed a partnership with PowerGen of Kingston Jamaica to incorporate Solaribbean. Solaribbean has successfully completed several projects in Jamaica and is expanding it’s services across the Caricomm region. Visit our Solaribbean website and see many of the projects that are now producing affordable, clean energy in Jamaica.
As the needs of these foreign markets increase, Solera will continue to expand it’s business model on a global scale.