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Solafast


Build with purpose. Build with power.

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Solafast


Build with purpose. Build with power.

about us

Solafast has set out to create a new norm in commercial and industrial construction.
We're using our expertise in roll-formed steel cladding to develop a building integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) product that merges conventional cladding with a printed solar film. Developers will jump at the low price tag, architects will relish the flexibility of design, builders will delight in the ease and speed of installation. 

But more importantly, Solafast will create a secure and affordable energy source for businesses, powered entirely by the sun.

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Our Team


Our Team


Wade Blazley

DIRECTOR |  RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

As a registered builder for the last 30 years, Wade has managed the construction of commercial and industrial buildings throughout Australia. He invented and developed the breakthrough structural cladding system, ARAMAX FreeSpan, which is now licensed to BlueScope Steel in Australia and New Zealand. Wade is constantly thinking up new construction concepts and with a passion for renewable energy, he is determined to create a BIPV product that works for developers, architects and builders.

Leesa Blazley

DIRECTOR  |  BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT 

Leesa's experience across operations, sales and product development over the last ten years has equipped her with a practical yet creative approach to finding business solutions. Her background in construction and energy - having completed a Bachelor of Design in Architecture and Master of Energy Systems - gives Leesa a unique perspective on technology, markets and trends in both industries. She is passionate and resilient in her pursuit of more affordable and accessible clean energy solutions. 

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Our Partners


Our Partners


Solafast has partnered with CSIRO and Norwood commercial printers to produce a printed solar film for our BIPV product. CSIRO has a wealth of technical knowledge and IP in flexible solar, while Norwood has the capacity to up-scale printed electronics for industrial volumes. The Australian Federal Government’s Cooperative Research Centres Programme (CRC-P) has partly funded this collaborative project.