Solamon Now in Vietnam; ElectrifyAsia Launched

Solamon rolls out East Asia strategy.

Kingston, Jamaica, October 12, 2014 --( As part of its stated strategy to penetrate new markets around the Sunbelt, after spending a year traveling throughout Southeast Asia, Solamon Energy Corp is pleased to announce the deployment of Mr Steve Kuiak in Vietnam, as the company eyes further expansion across the rapidly developing region. In the immediate-term, Mr Kuiack will continue to work with executives in the construction industry and key administrators in order to implement a diverse array of turnkey solar solutions.

"I also look forward to working with companies who could produce solar panes, as in transparent window panes," explains Kuiack, effectively launching the Solamon ElectrifyAsia campaign, "so a whole building is solar - solar car ports, solar rooftop panels and solar window panes. This technology is in its infancy, but will get refined and cheaper as time goes on."

A senior member of Solamon’s executive team since his appointment as Senior Vice President in 2011, Mr Kuiak has previously worked closely with politicians and business leaders across the Cayman Islands and Central America to influence policy in countries often burdened by an outdated transmission system and century-old monopolies. "Based on the successes emanating from his meetings with investors and local decision makers," adds Solamon CEO Graeme Boyce, "we've decided to launch and be most effective in the region from within Vietnam; after all, the country's economy experiencing tremendous growth and Mr Kuiack is well-positioned to integrate our product line."

Prior to joining Solamon, Mr Kuiack has enjoyed a diverse and distinguished entrepreneurial career spanning several notable and competitive industries around the world. He is a skilled communicator, recognized author and former broadcaster. His book “Let’s Talk Business” provides readers an intriguing investigative analysis examining 20 key topics, including Migrant Workers, Outsourcing, Copyright Piracy and Globalization. While working in South Korea, Mr Kuiack was presented the Distinguished Reporter Award by the former Prime Minister (Park Geun Hye) on behalf of the Hanvit Welfare Association, a Korean non-government organization focused on the historical and present treatment of those affected by Hansen’s Disease (leprosy).

“Recognizing the sheer size of the opportunities, and appetite present in the nearby markets including Thailand, Cambodia and Laos, we felt that we needed one of our top people present and on the ground to take charge of our operations and oversee the implementation and initial roll-out of our strategy in Asia,” concludes Boyce. “Vietnam is ideally situated to act as a hub for that strategy, enjoying an annual GDP growth of nearly 6%, making it a fast growing, attractive market for foreign investment.”

Geographically, Vietnam is ideally centrally located in East Asia, and Solamon seeks to establish new partnerships in the mid-term to develop its business and introduce its breadth of product across Taiwan, Philippines, Malaysia and Singapore, augmenting its due diligence activity currently underway in Bangkok, Thailand.

Solamon Energy Corp (GXG:SSL) typically offers a ground-mounted solar array of integrated cells over a package of land called the Apollo Acre™. The company also develops custom solutions with local partners to provide roof-mounted and parking lot systems that are easily augmented by micro wind turbine technology and other innovative features to supply renewable energy locally.

About Solamon: Solamon Energy Corp. sells integrated arrays of ground-mounted and rooftop photovoltaic cells. These solar power plants are connected by cable to varied transmission equipment, including converters, inverters and batteries, utilizing 5 acres of land per unit; each unit is called an Apollo Acre™. Additionally, it is expected the company’s business activities will spin-off many jobs locally, given engineering requirements, construction, unit commissioning and subsequent maintenance.
Solamon Energy Corp.
Christian Giles