SPARQ Systems Inc., an Ontario-based provider of solar photovoltaic micro-inverters, says it has received both U.S and Canadian certifications for its solar photovoltaic micro-inverter systems. The certifications qualify SPARQ to sell its products to consumer markets.
According to SPARQ, its micro-inverter solution produces a high level of alternating-current power from PV panels for long periods under lower light and partial shadowing conditions. The design eliminates unreliable components such as electrolytic capacitors, which increases the life span of the micro-inverters threefold, giving homeowners at least 25 years of performance, the company says.
SPARQ adds that it is actively pursuing certifications for the sale of its products outside North America.