Regional Solar Market Transformation Initiative

21st Century Telecom, Inc. is developing a minority-owned superstation and (4) four minority-owned global information channels including green initiatives to tackled climate change. The Company seeks to hire 200 top level creative executive managers to guide thousands of managers and their staff in a staged growth initiative.  It will include broadcast, interactive messaging, and broadband with “mobile specific content” to cell phones and digital devices.

Our Country is in the early stages of an exciting and defining point in its history. As the United States transitions to the digital age, it is imperative that we position the country to compete in the global economy. Training and hiring a diverse work force is key to achieving global competitiveness. Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) workers will drive our nation’s innovation and competitiveness generating new ideas, companies and industries.

We are the scientists, engineers, and visionary business people who are boldly designing a future based on low-impact energy pathways and living within safe planetary boundaries. This transformation will require a partnership with schools, university, government and business. Our concept includes working with local, state and federal officials within an industry university research and development consortium. We seek to host the 2013 National Solar Decathlon in Valdosta including South Georgia, North Florida and the Southeastern United States. The initiative will include Regional Solar Schools, Solar Walks, Solar Concerts and Solar Decathlon components.






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Mr. William A. Branham is the Founder Chairman and CEO. Branham grew up in business ownership & management. Branham’s experience as a science, medical, and investigative reporter with over 25 years of telecommunications, urban planning and business management R&D positions the firm for success. Branham is responsible for leading & evaluating the overall administration, finance, sales, training programming, operations, engineering, accounting and technology transfer with an advisory board and Board of Directors. Branham spent four years in the US Navy and earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Telecommunications from Alabama A&M University in 1985 with graduate research and studies in Urban Planning. The Company seeks retrofit a TV station into a zero energy (new media TV network) while simultaneously constructing a Zero Energy International Corporate Headquarters in Hahira, GA for global systems development. Branham introduced the Solar American City concept to Valdosta, GA and is leading an initiative to introduce a “solar corridor” on the United States Interstate Highway system.

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