Silfab and Agris sign solar module agreement


The approximately 30,000 solar modules will be used by Agris Solar for its program of microFIT photovoltaic installations. The program is designed to install solar systems of a maximum of 10 kilowatts (kW) each throughout Ontario.

The solar modules will be made from either 60 or 72 monocrystalline silicon cells.

Agris began construction on its first 10 kW microFIT systems in early February and will continue to build throughout the coming year. Its aim is to install over 1,000 microFIT systems completed throughout rural Ontario.

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