The Solar Ray Project Takes Flight With Advanced Energy Technology

Solar Ray Technology Aims To Design The First Solar-Powered Aircraft Assembled In The U.S.
 
 
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Oct. 21, 2012 - PRLog -- North Carolina, October 21, 2012 - Solar Ray Technology announces campaign funding for the development of its prototype solar-powered aircraft known as the SOLAR RAY. The Solar Ray aircraft will be constructed in Greensboro, North Carolina, using the latest technology and raw materials available. The estimated budget for the Solar Ray aircraft is $10 million and will take approximately one year to complete. Campaign funds received for the Solar Ray Project will be exhausted throughout all phases of the development, including operational costs and marketing. Funding contributions of $5, $25, and $100 will receive perk give-backs, as well acknowledgement on social media platforms such as FACEBOOK and TWITTER.  

About The Solar Ray Project
The Solar Ray Project’s mission is to develop technological advances that promote science, aviation technology and engineering advances which can be used to educate the youth. The Solar Ray Project can inspire individuals to dream big, break world records, and push aviation technology into the next frontier. The Solar Ray Project will bring innovation, creativity, and change to the American spirit of the U.S. For more information about the SOLAR RAY PROJECT, visit: www.facebook.com/solarrayproject and to make a donation, visit: www.indiegogo.com/solarrayproject

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About Solar Ray Technology
The Solar Ray Project is the idea of a mechanical engineering student, Sharlimar Gilbert. Sharlimar Gilbert was born and raised in Southwestern Virginia. Building an airplane has been a childhood dream of Sharlimar ever since his late grandfather took him to see a few WWII bombers at the local airport, which fueled the idea of flying around the world.
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