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August 2013
Nextronex Installs 7MW in July!



Solar Industry Magazine noted that in Q1 of 2013 the US solar growth was at a 33% increase over last year's Q1 installations. Here at Nextronex we are enjoying that solar growth and are proud to be part of the green energy solution.


In July we completed 7MWs of solar installations.  Our customer base is continuing to see the advantage of our distributed architecture system performance and enjoy our superior customer support. Click here for the Solar Industry Growth report: Solar Industry Growth Report   


In addition, Solar Builder generated a list of the top 10 Utility installations measured by watts available per customer. Two of those ten systems are taking advantage of our Nextronex inverter system. Please see article below for more information.


As always, we are interested in helping you move your solar projects forward, please contact us with any questions you may have.




Greg Knudson                                            

VP of Sales and Marketing                               


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Nextronex Installs 7 MWs of Inverter Systems 

during the Month of July


August 1, 2013 - Toledo, Ohio: Nextronex, Inc. is pleased to announce the installation of four new Ohio solar projects adding 7 MWs of solar power to the grid. The Nextronex inverter system was chosen because of the high level of performance of the Ray Max® system as well as the superior and responsive customer support.  The Nextronex inverter system has proven itself in the field with up to 8% higher energy output than predicted. The Ray Max® Inverter System incorporates a patented distributed architecture which optimizes low light energy harvesting. Nextronex funnels the entire array's output to as few inverters as needed at any time - allowing each inverter to run at peak efficiency resulting in increased equipment reliability and longevity. These systems are capable of exporting energy starting at only 650 watts, and are ideal for early morning, late afternoon and during cloudy conditions.


Municipalities are seeking solar solutions to add to their energy consumption portfolio.  For Nextronex the 4 projects in Ohio add to the growing list of municipalities finding success with solar using the Ray Max® systems.  Additionally, schools are also enjoying the financial benefits of solar.  For both municipality offices and school systems, the actual energy harvested each day will be on display to visually demonstrate the financial value and positive environmental impact of solar energy within these communities. 


Greg Knudson, VP of sales and marketing said that "these solar projects are clear evidence of the implementation of very smart and commercially viable solar solutions to support the energy needs of the municipalities and school systems in Ohio."


Nextronex customers say, "The growth of solar is clear due to the tangible financial benefits achieved.  We are happy to have a relationship with Nextronex where we are confident in a system that will fit perfectly with our project size and configuration, reduce our installation costs and demonstrate measurable results for our clients.  We are very pleased to be partnering with Nextronex - as they are our inverter system of choice."


     Solar Builder Magazine July/August 2013 issued an article ranking the top 10 utility solar installations based on watts available per customer.   The Nextronex Ray Max Inverter system supports two of these ten systems. (Napoleon, Ohio and Bryan, Ohio)
     Again, supporting our position as a fantastic solution for municipalities.  Our ability to adapt to different size systems based on the usable landscape, our quick ROI based on low light harvesting and personal service continue to bring our system to the forefront for effective solar installations.
Please click here for the full article:  Top 10 Utility Solar Rankings Report