Sustainable Energy Technologies, Ltd. (Sustainable), has announced that it will offer workshops to provide information and training on its renewable energy products as part of this year’s Solar Canada exhibition in Toronto. Sustainable will showcase its latest SUNERGY photovoltaic inverter at the exhibit, which takes place at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre December 4-7 and will hold the workshops on the 8th at the InterContinental Toronto Centre from 8 AM until noon and from 1-5 PM.
Sustainable’s workshops will augment the renewable energy training curricula of Ontario’s solar PV design and training courses, such as Ontario Solar Academy’s five-day solar installation classes. The two sessions will focus on the company’s SUNERGY inverter technology, which allows solar installers to use parallel circuits, a technique that increases safety and energy yields and improves the versatility of solar panel configurations. According to Sustainable, SUNERGY inverters are the only products on the market with a high power rating that also allow the parallel option with a price and ease of serviceability that compares to conventional inverters. These qualities make the product ideal for projects that take part in Ontario’s feed-in tariff program.
Feed-in Tariff Program Pays High Prices for Alternative Energy, Creates Jobs
Ontario’s feed-in tariff program, the first on the continent, pays high prices for power generated by solar, wind, and other alternative energy systems. The program has so far succeeded in its goals to create green jobs and clean energy in the province, and it allows home-owners to become part of the solution with its microFIT option for small-scale installations. Rooftop systems less than 10 kW receive the highest prices, 80.2 cents per kW-hour. The owners of these systems stand to benefit significantly from the increased efficiency, safety, and simplicity of Sustainable’s inverters.
Potential Sustainable customers and other interested parties can expect to learn about products and prices at the workshops, as well as about special price reductions, installation techniques, and system monitoring. Admission to the event is $75; attendees must register using the Solar Canada sign-up form. Space is limited and admission is first come, first served.