The company will be supplying its Sunergy inverters and peripheral components for the projects that will reach a capacity of 2.44 megawatts. The supply will be delivered over the next six months.
Ontario Power Authority (OPA) have stated that there were approximately 19,000 micro-FiT applications up to the 2nd of July this year and of which less than five percent have been installed and commissioned as records up to end of August show. At a maximum of ten kilowatts per system, this represents a potential demand for more than 36,000 inverters in the Sunergy power rating. OPA had already released a statement in August saying that they will commit themselves to eliminate the backlog by end of September and that plan is well on its way according to them.
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