Under a new partnership, the companies say they intend to manufacture and develop renewable energy power plants in the country.
The partnership reportedly came about after SSC recognized the need to find a strong and innovative partner" to expand beyond its current capabilities, following the company's announcement that it was to build a 120 MW capacity panel manufacturing plant in Windsor, Ontario.
The ESEI team has their eye on the future and their feet planted firmly in today, managing the industry as a whole, not just at the panel level. ESEI thought beyond programs and government incentives, which is what makes them a global industry player. We want to partner with that type of thinking so we chose ESEI Group, says Ross Beatty, president of SSC.
The partnership between ESEI Solar and Solar Source Corporation will support the Green Energy Acts goal of creating green-collar jobs. SSC has said its manufacturing plant will employ in excess of 200 people, while ESEI Solars new branch offices will bring even more jobs to the province.
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