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Startup Acquisitor Victory Square Technologies invests in Stardust Solar


Startup acquisitor and investor Victory Square Technologies Inc. today announced it completed an investment in the renewable energy company Stardust Solar. Indeed, the latter firm currently operates in the U.S. and Canada. Moreover, this investment is part of Victory’s interests in critical sectors: digital health, gaming, blockchain, AR/VR, cybersecurity, the circular economy, and cloud computing.

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About the investment in Stardust Solar – Victory Square Technologies

Worth noting, Victory Square builds, acquires, and invests in promising startups. In this sense, the company’s CEO Shafin Diamond Tejani said in a statement; In fact, “this strategic investment aligns with our Company’s vision of working with technology and sustainability influencers. Particularly as we endeavor to eradicate damage to our environment and create a more sustainable and eco-friendly footprint.”

Moreover, “it’s not just an environmental issue, it’s an economic issue,” Tejani continued. Therefore, “the estimates going forward in terms of the size of the prize for companies that are in this game early, is enormous.”

Thus, “Victory Square continuously looks for returns to its stakeholders, and the Company is very bullish with this investment in Stardust Solar,” concluded Tejani.

On the other hand, founded in 2017, Stardust Solar is a leader in renewable energy education in Canada. For instance, the company provided CSA/NABCEP approved design and installation training with hands-on experience. Stardust Solar is also one of the first companies in North America to offer a franchise opportunity dedicated to installing solar PV systems.

Expertise – key in selecting the investment recipients

According to both companies, a key highlight of their agreement is that today more than ever before; there is a growing demand for qualified workers in the renewable energies industry. Thus, Stardust Solar’s intensive training curriculum covers this requirement; particularly, since it has been reviewed and approved by CSA and NABCEP as qualified training to achieve the Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Systems Certified (SPVC) Certification (NOC 7241).

Also, the Company recently received a satisfactory NABCEP Associates Degree. Indeed, through its renewable energy training infrastructure, the Company offered solar PV franchise licenses to its best students.

Lastly, Stardust Solar Founder and CEO Mark Tadros said; “I am so happy to be once again collaborating with Shafin Diamond Tejani and his Team at VST.”

Indeed, “it was over six years ago when our paths first crossed, and I feel that we have come full circle with the announcement of this strategic investment,” continued Tadros. Moreover, “Stardust Solar is strategically positioned to grab hold of market share in this $100 billion sector. Besides, our strategic alignment with VST will get us to our end goal in record time.”

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