Power-One has not only announced that it has started production of its inverters in Ontario, Canada, but that it has also launched its PVI-250 and PVI-300 central PV inverters for the North American Marketplace. The 60,000 square foot Canadian production facility will be producing the company’s renewable energy inverters for the PV and wind markets. Power-One says is looking forward to the commencement of its new production facility opening doors for expansion in Asia and North America.
“Opening this new manufacturing facility in Ontario highlights an exciting new chapter in Power-One’s successful geographic expansion goals,” said Alex Levran, president of renewable energy solutions at Power-One. “We are proud to support Ontario’s renewable energy goals as well as its call for local content.”
Furthermore, Power-One has announced the PVI-250 and PVI-300 central PV inverters for the North American marketplace, which are UL certified for the NEMA 3R outdoor specifications. The inverters will be offered in 250kW and 300kW outdoor variations in the U.S. and Canada.
“The new inverters feature Power-One’s unique modular architecture with reduced operation and maintenance costs, improved operation availability and multiple power-point tracking (MPPT),” commented Levran. “The benefits of Power-One’s Aurora products, which serve the residential, commercial and utility markets, all feature high performance efficiency, best in class energy harvesting and a global service and support network.”