Nextronex Inc. has been chosen as the inverter supplier for four new Ohio solar projects totaling 4.2 MW. These ground-mount solar arrays will be installed at four municipalities across northern Ohio.
According to the company, the Nextronex 1,000 V integrated inverter systems being installed will generate from 4% to 10% higher energy output versus predictive models due to the Ray-Max system's distributed architecture. The architecture incorporates proprietary inverter switching algorithms to increase system reliability and uptime, as well as provide low light energy harvesting capabilities to export energy starting at 650 W.
All four installations are scheduled for completion by mid-summer.