Solarium is the next big thing in solar power, but it has been limited to limited uses, and has been hampered by high upfront costs.

That’s changing, however, thanks to an international collaboration called Solariums Solarium Project.

In December, Norge and the Solarium founders will launch Solarium on the platform of the Solararium Foundation, a project aimed at providing a secure, affordable, and easy-to-use, secure-to­connect, secure network for solar power.

The goal of the project is to establish Solarium as the next generation of decentralized solar power systems that are scalable and interoperable, while still allowing the decentralization and freedom to operate independently from the grid.

In addition to Solarium, the Solar Foundation is also developing a decentralized grid-based smart grid system for remote communities.

These are just a few of the innovations in Solarium that are part of the initiative.

Solarium will also make the Solar Platform available to anyone who wants to get in on the action.

For more information about Solarium and Solarium’s work, check out the Solar Shell website.

For the latest information on solar energy, read our interview with Solarium founder and co-founder, David Breslau.

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