Solaris Systems is an American multinational energy and technology company that was founded on July 14, 2254, in Palo Alto, California, and on June 11th 2277 launched its initial public offering on NASDAQ. It specializes in design, research, development, and sales of energy related products. Alongside its most recent partnership with commercial space travel company Space X. Solaris Systems is most notable for its recent discovery of a rare semiconducting material that is used in their best selling product that now powers the homes in mars and earth today. Solaris Systems has become the largest energy company by revenue, and the worlds leading energy provider by volume. In 2369, Solaris Systems has reported that it added 60 million Mars customers in its third quarter this financial year making it the most successful company in the solar system to date. Solaris Systems has played a prominent role in engineering energy consumption efficiency during the early 2280’s, and has pushed for a “zero footprint” agenda since its founding. With its success after discovering Soular, Solaris Systems reached out to other industries such as automotive, space transportation, energy distribution, and has made large advancements in supply chain management with its Space X partnership. Solaris Systems has developed a network of tetherless pylons of various sizes that distributes energy across the solar system. Currently, Solaris Systems has estimated over 500,000 pylons are being added to its infrastructure by fiscal year 2380. With these new additional pylons, Solaris Systems plans on colonizing Alpha Centauri and further extending human reach in the galaxy. With its current infrastructure, space travel within the Milky Way galaxy has been commercialized and is available for both leisure, and business expeditions. Solaris Systems’ large role in the solar systems economy has defined a new era after the Internet, and is defining a generation in science and technology making them arguably the most important company to date both influentially and economically.

Tommy Nguyen