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Solar Industry Growing at a Record Pace


  • A total of 1.0 GW was brought online in Q4 of 2016 making it the largest single quarter in the history of U.S. utility solar.

  • In the last 10 years, solar has witnessed a compound annual growth rate of almost 60%, with the cost of installation dropping by over 70%

  • In 2016, nearly 260,000 Americans work in solar - more than double the number in 2012 - at more than 9,000 companies in every U.S. state.

  • 1 out of 50 new US jobs in 2016 were in the solar industry

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Solar's Share of New Capacity has Grown Rapidly


In 2016, Solar installed 39% of all new electric generating capacity, topping all other technologies for the first time. Solar’s increasing competitiveness against other technologies has allowed it to quickly increase its share of total U.S. electrical generation- from just 0.1% in 2010 to 1.4% today. By 2020 solar should surpass 3% of total generation is expected to hit 5% by 2022. (Source from SEIA)

New Market Opportunities for Distributed Solar


After years of 50%+ annual growth, the residential market growth has slowed in a handful of mature markets as installers trial new sales techniques. But growth in emerging markets like Utah, Texas, South Carolina and Florida should help the national residential market grow in 2017. Meanwhile, the rapid rise of community solar has boosted the non-residential segment in 2016 and 2017, coupled with increasing numbers of both off-site and rooftop corporate procurement by such companies as Walmart, Apple, Target and Amazon. (Source from SEIA)

Vasari Initiatives

Vasari’s current pipeline of solar energy projects in Arizona, Nevada, Georgia, and Texas have an estimated power potential of 405 megawatts. Through its various investments, the Company aims to reach operating capacity of 1,000 MW by the end of 2020.


Why Vasari Energy?

  • Strong potential returns:  the ongoing strength in clean energy demand by utility companies and major corporations is expected to continue well into the next decade, which could produce strong potential returns.
  • Access to an exciting market:  investment in the Shares provide investors exposure to the rapidly expanding clean energy industry.
  • Experienced team:  our Team has experience vital to investing in the development of solar power generating assets and follows a solid investment process.

Vasari Energy Power Projects Under Development