Moose Power Purchases Heliene Solar Panels
Moose Power Inc., a leading rooftop solar developer in Ontario,Canada has Â announced that Heliene Inc. has been chosen to supply one megawatt of solar panels for MPI’s rooftop solar installations in Ontario.
The investment will strengthen the relationship between Moose Power and Heliene Inc., a manufacturer of ISO:9001 certified photovoltaic solar modules. Heliene’s manufacturing operation in Sault Ste. Marie produces high-density PV modules that meet the Ontario Power Authorityâ€™s domestic content requirements.
The Heliene 60 cell 260Wp monocrystalline modules will be installed on four buildings under Ontarioâ€™s Feed-In-Tariff Program. These are the first projects in a portfolio of 2.2 MW that has been awarded to FTS Energy Solutions, a joint venture between Wynn Family Properties and Moose Power Inc.
“We are very excited to be working with Heliene, a company dedicated to quality manufacturing and value for their customers,â€ said Andrew Knapp, Managing Director of Moose Power Inc. “They’ve also been proactive in addressing their Domestic Content compliance through third-party â€˜COREâ€™ verification and certification.”
“We are humbled by Moose Powerâ€™s decision to work with us and enjoying every minute of it, as their professionalism is second to none,” said Martin Pochtaruk, President of Heliene Inc.
Moose Power currently has over 3 MW of grid-connected solar projects and continues to develop a pipeline of opportunities in both contracted and application stages under the Ontario Feed-in-Tariff Program.
Heliene is an International manufacturer of high-density PV modules, producing in Ontario since October 2010. They are CORE (Contributor to Ontario Renewable Energy) Program certified, in reference to the designated activity for solar PV modules of the Ontario Power Authority FIT Contract.
The CORE Program is an industry led, voluntary certification process developed by the Local Content Assurance Bureau (LCAB) to help businesses, developers and individuals respond to the Domestic Content Requirements in the OPAâ€™s Feed-in-Tariff Program.
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