Yeo Leaves Hetmerk To Join Solamon Energy Canada Team
03/24/2011

“Yeo launched hetmerk and oversaw the management of our website with excitement and professionalism,” explained Chris Black. “We recognize the value of those sincere qualities in both our employees and partners, so I invited him to participate in our growing venture in a more meaningful manner ndhe has accepted the challenge with gusto.”

Online PR News – 24-March-2011 – – (Toronto - Posted April 7, 2010) – In a deft move by Solamon’s president Chris Black, advertising guru Jay Yeo was wrestled away from media giant Hetmerk Advertising following months of negotiations between the two connected companies. Effective immediately, Yeo will report directly to Black. “Yeo launched hetmerk and oversaw the management of our website with excitement and professionalism,” explained Chris Black. “We recognize the value of those sincere qualities in both our employees and partners, so I invited him to participate in our growing venture in a more meaningful manner ndhe has accepted the challenge with gusto.”

Yeo will oversee the next critical phase of the Solamon business plan, and will begin to establish strategic relationships with potential partners in English-speaking territories in the Caribbean and also Belize.

Solamon Energy Corp. designs and installs integrated arrays of ground-mounted photovoltaic cells that are connected by cable to each other and to converters, batteries and transmission points, utilizing 5 acres of land per unit; each unit is called an Apollo Acre™. Solamon is focused on packaging and delivering turnkey systems across the Caribbean, and seeks to open field offices in The Bahamas, Jamaica, Barbados and Puerto Rico.

The company is excited not only to deliver turnkey power plants using renewable energy sources, such as sun and wind, to Caribbean countries but that will also generate jobs locally, in terms of their installation and subsequent maintenance. Our executives are thus not only looking for locations and partners to manage each Apollo Acre™, adds Black, but to also establish a suitable training program for implementation teams in collaboration with relevant government agencies.

For each customer, Solamon Energy Corp. provides full management of each Apollo Acre™ installation, including site inspections, project design and development, as well as environmental and local permitting, 3rd party engineering, procurement, construction and system commissioning.

Over the past few years, Solamon executives have visited numerous countries across the Caribbean and Central America, as well as Morocco and India, to discuss the significant need for new energy in growing economies. These conversations, enjoyed with many people of many professions and backgrounds, have enabled the company to continue its efforts and expand.

Many of these discussions have now turned to implementation. In addition to planning solutions, Solamon is actively pursuing new partners each day to prioritize the most valauble land and the solar farms that will deliver the best local power returns.

With respect to Canadian product, Solamon intends to expand from solar to wind, biomass and thermal, as our executives and managers will certainly attract and explore new technologies, aniticipating further expansion in the Mediterranean and Pacific.