Solarium, the company behind the global Solarium brand, is taking a bold, new approach to the global market.
With its new global business, Solarium is expanding into other markets, including China.
In an interview with Forbes, Solaria CEO Guillaume Nauta said that the company has a plan to disrupt what has traditionally been a Chinese market.
Solarium aims to reach over 10 million Chinese consumers and 10 million non-Chinese consumers by 2020, according to the company’s first-quarter results.
Solaria also plans to launch solar lanterns, solar-powered bikes, and solar-power solar-systems in China.
Solarium is building a solar-panel manufacturing facility in Taiwan, where it plans to open in 2019.
Solaricea will also be expanding its factory in Hong Kong.
The company is expanding its solar-energy business globally by focusing on Asia, said Guillaire Nautas.
He believes that solar-based manufacturing is a growth area for Solarium.
In a blog post announcing the new business, Guillaumes head of global operations, Thomas Sankara, wrote that Solarium has “great experience in manufacturing solar panels and solar panels modules.”
Solarium will also launch its own solar-related services in China, Sankaras said.
In addition to the Solarium products, SolariceA company specializing in solar-products and services, Solaricie, Solarix and SolariceX are listed as subsidiaries of Solarium in the Chinese market, which is dominated by the mainland.
Solaricia is an affiliate of Solaria.
Solaricea said it will focus on China in the coming years.
Its first product is the Solarice brand, a solar lighting and heating appliance that has been developed with the support of China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.
The Solarice name has also been trademarked by Solarium since 2015.
Solarix is an offshoot of Solaric.
Solarices own brands include Solaric, Solarx, Solari, and SolaricX.
Solarici is a division of Solarice.
Solaria’s launch into China was announced on March 3, 2018.
Solarica plans to invest in China through a series of strategic partnerships with local businesses and government agencies.
The Chinese government is trying to increase the solar energy penetration of the population, as it has invested in solar farms and other renewable energy projects.
The government is also attempting to promote solar technology as a means to meet the nation’s energy needs.
China is the world’s largest producer of solar panels, with about 7 percent of the world total.