Sustainable Energy Technologies and Conergy have agreed to supply Sunergy inverters to the Ontario market, with an initial project of 75kW on a rooftop in Brampton, Ontario at the Metex Heat Treating facility. The new agreement between the two companies will produce 3MW of power this year in various projects.
“Partnering with Sustainable Energy was an easy choice as the Sunergy inverters deliver exceptional performance for commercial rooftop solutions with safe, extra-low voltage technology,” said Jared Donald, president of Conergy. “With the Sunergy inverter and its parallel wiring architecture our customers will now have access to a highly flexible rooftop inverter that delivers high performance even in nonideal conditions.”
The solar plant, developed by Oya Solar, is scheduled to be connected to the grid by June 25 using crystalline PV modules, Sunergy inverters, and Sustainable Energy’s Paralex structure. Sustainable Energy’s inverters and parallel-array architecture allow each solar module to operate autonomously from one another.