Enecsys partners with SMTC to manufacture its micro inverters in Ontario

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Enecsys announced that it has established a partnership with SMTC, a global electronics manufacturing service provider, which will see the company manufacture its micro inverters for the Canadian market at SMTC’s Markham facility in the York region of Ontario. This partnership will allow for Enecsys to meet and partake in the Ontario Power Authority’s FiT domestic content requirement for renewable energy projects.

"Enecsys' smart solar micro inverter solutions have been installed on roofs of homes and businesses in Europe, the US and now in Ontario, Canada," said Enecsys Executive Chairman, Mossadiq Umedaly. "We are very pleased to partner with SMTC to produce our micro inverters in Ontario for the Canadian market and to become part of the Ontario renewable energy community."

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