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November 2014
Nextronex News



Nextronex is honored to be part of the Anthony Wayne Solar Array at the Toledo Zoo, which won Solar Builder Magazine's Project of 2014 award in the ground-mount category! Thank you to all who supported our effort and voted! This is another example of the successful installation and operation of our patented Distributed Architecture TM RAY-MAY (R) Inverter solution, including medium voltage and monitoring. Nextronex would like to congratulation GEM energy, a Rudopph/Libbe Co. for their success.  For the article click on this link:  Solar Builder Magazine Project 2014.  


Additionally, Nextronex was also honored last month by being selected to present our reliability engineering with a poster at SPI's Poster Alley. Our poster titled, "Reliability, the Remaining Differentiator for Utility Scale Solar Inverters" was well received. For details please see the flyer below.


Speaking of reliability, the way our product line is engineered allows for a significant increase in output at warmer temperatures.  We have a new application sheet ready to share those features.  There is more detail in the following articles.


As always, we are excited and ready to support all your efforts on the next solar project.  As you start planning for 2015, let us know how we can help you not only with our world class technical solutions, but also with strategic project development and funding.  Please contact me or use our new quoting tool at




Rudy Magasrevy                                           

VP of Sales Development                          


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Toledo Zoo, 2.1 MW Anthony Wayne Solar Field Receives National Honor in Solar Builder Magazine's Ground Mount Project of the Year 2014.


*Photo credit to Rudolph/Libbe Companies


This project is a story book example of how a solar field can bring new life into a typically unusable piece of industrial land.  Nextronex Inc. once again was selected for our superior low light harvesting abilities using the RAY-MAX (R) Distributed Architecture  TM Inverter solution.  


  Solar Builder Magazine Article


GEM Energy Press Release Link



Reliability - The Remaining Differentiator For Utility 
Scale Solar Inverters

-  Peter Gargardinger, VP of Technical Sales



Is there a difference win Utility Scale Inverters? Reliability is the last frontier, and the parallel connected inverters solve that challenge. Solar is a variable resource, the inverters are sized for peak output. Paralled inverters represent "virtual redundancy" at no extra cost.

To see more of the poster presented at SPI and the associated white paper, click these links:

SPI Poster Flyer       


RAY-MAX (R) Distributed Architecture TM Climate Based Inverter Optimization Application Sheet



Higher string voltage means more power. The superior AC energy output produced by the Distributed Architecture TM system increases even further in tropical applications.  The RAY-MAX (R) Inverter's transformer less design allows the use of more pales per strain in appiclationw tine higher minimum ambient temperatures.

To see more detail refer to our application sheet:  Regional Application Sheet