- 256 kW DC solar photovoltaic array (PV)
- Feed-in-Tariff contract version 2
PESCA was contracted to build a portfolio of 1.2MW that consisted of three solar rooftops located in three feedstock operations facility and warehousing in Cambridge Ontario.
These systems utilized two different Schletter racking systems, Canadian Solar Modules, Fronius IG Plus.
Purpose-built barns in Ontario.
- 289 kW DC solar photovoltaic array (PV)
- Feed-in-Tariff contract version 3.1
- Portfolio: 19 projects with a total of 5.66MW DC.
Panasonic Eco Solutions Canada was contracted by an energy developer to design and build 19 rooftop solar projects for agricultural customers under the IESO Unbuilt Rooftop Solar Pilot program (URSP).
The Unbuilt Rooftop Solar Pilot program was launched in 2014 along with FIT3, and had a procurement target of 15MW. Each of the 19 projects has a solar size capacity of 298 kW DC, total of 5.66MW DC.
Besides the solar photovoltaic installations, Panasonic Eco Solutions also provided construction financing, and was involved in the construction and building of the barns and e-houses.
- 240 kW DC solar photovoltaic array (PV)
- Feed-in-Tariff contract version 4
This project was one of the 9 projects in a portfolio completed for a Large Urban Municipality. The portfolio size is 1.452MW DC.
We successfully went through a rigorous RFP process of and satisfied stringent standards set out by the Municipality. We combined our Project Management and Field Installers with Union Electrical workers to bring projects in on time and on budget.
Municipality of Central Huron
- 348 kW DC solar photovoltaic array (PV)
- Feed-in-Tariff contract version 1
Panasonic Eco Solutions Canada was awarded the contract to design and build two solar photovoltaic (PV) systems representing 500 kW AC for Central Huron’s REACH Centre and Central Huron Community Complex (CHCC) in Clinton, Ontario by providing
the best bankability and long term protection for the investment made on behalf of the taxpayers and citizens of Central Huron.
In addition to the solar panels, the installation includes Panasonic TV monitors in the lobbies of both buildings with direct links to a Central Huron branded solar portal. The monitors provide educational information about solar, as well as display the amount of energy that the solar panels are generating on each site.