Power-One Begins Manufacturing Renewable Energy Inverters in Canada

September 06, 2010 by Jeff Shepard

Power-One, Inc. announced that it has commenced production of its renewable energy inverters for the photovoltaic (PV) and wind markets in Ontario, Canada. Power-One is producing products for sale in Canada’s residential, commercial and utility-grade markets at this 60,000 square foot facility.

"Opening this new manufacturing facility in Ontario highlights an exciting new chapter in Power-One’s successful geographic expansion goals," said Alex Levran, President, Renewable Energy Solutions at Power-One. "We are proud to support Ontario’s renewable energy goals as well as its call for local content."

By the end of 2010, Power-One will have the global capacity to annually produce more than 4.0GW of inverters. Further, based on forecasts for continued demand of its solar and wind products, the company has undertaken initiatives to expand production in both Asia and North America, starting with this new facility in Ontario.