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Solar Intermodal Corporation

Solar Energy Generation in Previously Unusable Areas

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Securities Offered : Equity in the form of Shares of Common Stock

Maximum Offering Amount : $5,000,000.00

Minimum Offering Amount : $250,000

Minimum Investment : $400.00

operations summary

SOLAR INTERMODAL CORPORATION is a research and development company specializing in the placement of solar energy panels in previously untenable places, including on intermodal rail cars and truck trailers.

The Solar Bracket Unit (SBU)

Solar Intermodal

Solar Intermodal’s SBU system is designed around the overall standardization of the global intermodal cargo container system. In essence, the Company has developed several designs whereby solar panels can be effectively and safely mounted to standardized intermodal containers. Cargo shipping containers are essential to global commerce. The exposed surface area of each container makes them ideal for the affixation of solar panel arrays. The North American intermodal transportation system is enormous, causing a tremendous amount of fuel consumption.

The obvious reason for mounting solar panel on the railcars is for power generation. Almost all of the locomotives in the world are driven by electric motors, as powered by diesel engines. In this case the diesel engine is acting as the “prime mover” which in turn powers the “electric generator”. The electric generator in a locomotive is usually a diesel engine, which after electrical generation powers the electrical “traction motors” which has contact with the rail, driving the locomotive.

While in motion, solar panels, as mounted on the SBU, will supplement the electrical Traction Motors power demands directly using electricity generated by the solar panels. The solar panels charge battery banks which in turn drive electric the traction motors. While the locomotive is not in motion, power production can occur while the vehicle is sitting idle in the yard or in motion, regardless of the primary power plant fuel source. This electricity can in turn be sold back to the local electrical utility grid.

SBU Designs

Intermodal SBU

The standard Intermodal SBU is a configuration that matches dimensions of solar panels along the top sides and long sides of intermodal cargo containers, from cubed-corner to cubed corner. This configuration applies to all lengths of containers. The Intermodal SBU utilizes the standardization of intermodal equipment to attach and detach to the cargo containers themselves. In addition to the solar panels, the Intermodal SBU contains connector hardware, circuit breaker panels, and revenue-grade electric meters. The Intermodal SBU may also be attached and detached to other types of railcars such as box cars and auto train haulers, or to semi-truck trailers for electric trucks.

Venus SBU

The Venus SBU is a more advanced design than the Intermodal SBU, designed specifically for use on semi-trucks. Essentially the Venus SBU is a series of modifications to a standard Intermodal SBU. The solar bracket is affixed to the trailer to the full dimensions of the trailer length and width. The top of the Venus SBU closes onto the cargo container once it is loaded onto the trailer so as to encapsulate the container in solar panel arrays. The electric modification contains an extra battery storage bank and varies computer control systems added to the trailer, including any inverters as necessary to increase the hauling range of a standard EV truck.

Supertrap Deluxe SBU

The Supertrap Deluxe is applicable for both single stack flatcars and double stack intermodal cargo container rail well cars. The Supertrap Deluxe SBU requires a series of physical and electrical modifications to be made to either a flat car or a double-stacked rail well car. The solar panel SBU’s slide along a track installed on the car, encapsulating the cargo in a telescopic manner. During the loading phase the SBU’s retract to the front and rear of the rail car. A gantry crane operator or side car loader can place the cargo container, or any cargo for that matter, into the bed of the rail car with minimal contact with the sides. Once loading is completed, the SBU’s move forward and surround and encapsulate the cargo with solar panels.

Hydrogen Generation

Solar Intermodal Hydrogen

Ancillary and complimentary to the power generation activities on the Company property, the Company intends to place hydrogen production facilities on the site. Hydrogen production is relatively simple in its concept. The Company intends to use the process of electrolysis to manufacture hydrogen on a commercial scale, using the on-site solar electricity generation to fuel the electrolysis process. Solar Intermodal hydrogen production facilities will be located on its planned model sites and use utility scale solar panels and the SBU System equipped rail cars and tractor trailers to power commercial grade electrolyzers. Clean electric power is also stored in commercial sized battery storage banks. To prevent battery overcharge, excess power is also diverted to the commercial grade electrolyzers to produce green hydrogen.


For a copy of our Preliminary Offering Circular or to express interest in the offering please complete the form below. You may also reach out to us using the contact information below.

Solar Intermodal Corporation - Robert Anderson — 101 Eisenhower Parkway - Roseland, NJ 07068 — — (201) 519-5501

terms of the offering


Minimum Offering: $250,000

Minimum Investment: $400.00

The Company, pursuant to the Amended Articles of Incorporation, has authorized Two Hundred Ten Million (210,000,000) shares consisting of two classes, Two Hundred Million (200,000,000) shares of Common Stock and Ten Million (10,000,000) shares of Preferred Stock. The Company currently has no shares of Preferred Stock outstanding as of the date of this Offering Circular and is only offering Common Stock through this Offering. All shares have a par value of $0.0001 per Share.

Dividend rights

The holders of both Common Stock and Preferred Stock are entitled to dividends when declared by the Board.

Stock Dividends

If there is any stock dividend, stock split or similar other change in the character or amount of any of the outstanding Common Stock of the Company, then in such event any and all such new, substituted or additional securities to which the Shareholders are entitled by reason of their ownership of Common Stock shall be immediately subject to the terms of the Shareholders’ Agreement with the same force and effect as the shares of capital stock presently subject to the Shareholders’ Agreement.

Voting Rights

Except as otherwise provided in the Delaware Code, the holders of issued and outstanding shares of Common Stock shall be entitled to one vote for each share of Common Stock. No holder of shares of Common Stock shall have the right to cumulative votes.

Voting Rights for the Sale of the Company

Except as otherwise provided in the Delaware Code, the holders of issued and outstanding shares of Common Stock shall be entitled to one vote for each share of Common Stock. No holder of shares of Common Stock shall have the right to cumulative votes.

If at any time (i) the Company’s Board of Directors and (ii) the holders of a majority of the Shares held by all Shareholders (determined on an as-converted basis), approve a sale of all or substantially all the Company’s assets (determined on a consolidated basis) or a sale or exchange of all or substantially all the Company’s outstanding capital stock (whether by merger, sale, recapitalization, consolidation, reorganization, combination or otherwise) to any unaffiliated third party in an arm’s-length transaction (an “Approved Sale”), each Shareholder shall vote for, consent to and raise no objections against such Approved Sale and shall waive any dissenters’ rights, appraisal rights or similar rights in connection therewith. If the Approved Sale is structured as a sale of stock, each Shareholder shall agree to sell all his, her or its Shares and rights to acquire Shares on the terms and conditions approved by the Company’s board of directors. Each Shareholder shall take all necessary and desirable actions in his, her or its capacity as a Shareholder in connection with the consummation of the Approved Sale as requested by the Company (including attendance at meetings in person or by proxy for purposes of obtaining a quorum and execution of written consents in lieu of meetings).

For a complete description of the securities please view our circular at the: SEC Edgar Site.

In the last decade alone, solar has experienced an average annual growth rate of 42%. Thanks to strong federal policies like the solar Investment Tax Credit, rapidly declining costs, and increasing demand across the private and public sector for clean electricity, there are now more than 97 gigawatts (GW) of solar capacity installed nationwide, enough to power nearly 18 million homes.

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Management and Advisory Board Members

The Company is currently managed by seasoned business and sector professionals dedicated to the success of the Company and efficient execution of its planned operations.


Robert Anderson

Founder, Chairman and CEO

Mr. Anderson is an industrial entrepreneur, renewable energy innovator, and project manager of efficiency technology. Mr. Anderson possesses an undergraduate degree in Physics from Ramapo College of New Jersey, and a post graduate degree in Real Estate Finance from New York University. Solar Intermodal Corporation is a C-Corp incorporated in the State of Delaware.


Mike Struble

Advisory Board member for the Company

Michael is the owner and operator of Pristine Electric, LLC and a Licensed Master Electrician in the State of New Jersey. He has extensive experience with large-scale electrical generation projects, including solar generated electrical projects. Mr. Struble is also well versed and experience in large scale electrical maintenance projects, including those for municipalities within the State of New Jersey. He will be advising the Board on the electrical needs of the Company’s SBU designs and the prospective Company solar leasing and generation activities.

Dr. Gabor

Dr. Gabor Laszlo

Independent Board Advisor to Solar Intermodal’s Executive Board

Dr. Laszlo holds a Ph.D., MSc Statistics/Probability from the University of Calgary and a M.Sc., B.Sc. Electrical Engineering (Summa Cum Laude & Best Thesis Award) from the Technical University of Budapest.

The US Energy Information (EIA) projects renewable energy's share of US electricity generation will grow from 20% in 2020 to 22% in 2021 with solar accounting for 39% of all new US electricity generation capacity in 2021, surpassing wind for the first time. | "Solar Power’s Bright Future: 6 Trends Transforming the Energy Space" | March 12, 2021