Tuesday, March 21, 2006

St. Louis Firm Looking to Develop and Distribute Solar Products

I've seen these solar flowers mentioned in a number of places; today, I found out that the company that makes them is headquartered right here in the Gateway City. Solar Night Industies president Jason Loyet passed along a press release that notes they're looking for new products to acquire, develop and distribute:
SNI acts as a clearinghouse for solar and alternative energy innovations, and is seeking additional solar products under private label that could benefit from SNI's global networks and contacts. SNI has also established a Fulfillment Center in St. Louis, Missouri for affiliate companies that desire U.S. distribution but that do not have those channels already in place. Manufacturers and licensees are encouraged to submit new products to SNI via its website for consideration of fulfillment services, global distribution and optimization.
They're looking for opportunities in consumer, commercial and government markets, and have developed the Solar Night Chip "that can be used to power a variety of renewable energy products." As you might imagine, I'm pretty excited to see such a business located here, and hope that other local entrepreneurs recognize that green businesses can prosper right here in flyover country...

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