MANHATTAN BEACH – President Donald Trump’s recent executive order re-established the National Space Council. The National Space Council will coordinate U.S. space policy across all U.S. Government departments and agencies. A Users Advisory Group will provide outside advice to the Council with an emphasis that “the interests of industries and other non-Federal entities involved in space activities, including in particular commercial entities, are adequately represented in the Council.” Vice President Mike Pence will serve as Chairman of the National Space Council.
Solaren Corporation (“Solaren”) supports the President’s efforts to strengthen our nation’s space program. With the growing impact of commercial space, the Users Advisory Council will ensure that the interests of new and innovative commercial space businesses, such as Space Solar, that requires the support of multiple federal agencies, will be represented on the Council, said Solaren President & CEO, Gary T. Spirnak.
Solaren looks forward to working with Council members, as we strive to maintain our nation’s leadership in the commercial space sector.
Headquartered in Manhattan Beach, California, Solaren is an energy and aerospace company that is principally engaged in the research, design, development, integration and operations of Space Solar Power plants, and the sale of clean, baseload, space solar electricity.
Solaren’s patented Space Solar Power plants will generate zero emission electricity from space that is cost competitive with any terrestrial source of baseload electricity. In the coming decade, Solaren’s Space Solar Power development program will validate all aspects of our SSP Plants