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February 2015
Nextronex News



Nextronex has had a great start to 2015.  In addition to enjoying our new building in Holland Ohio we are currently operating with the largest back log of orders in our history as a company.  One of the customers responsible for our back log is IMPA who selected Nextronex Inverters for their next 9.74MW of solar projects for Indiana. (see release below)


Our new facility enables our manufacturing and testing facilities to be housed all under one roof. This streamlines our product building time as well as allows us to absorb and process larger orders simultaneously.


Speaking of orders, our newest Power Podium product has been a fantastic success.  We were named in the top 100 products of the year by Solar Power World Magazine. (see link below)


The Power Podium was recently delivered to the UDSA site in Washington DC. As the largest solar project in the area, we are excited to participate in this historic project.


Tapping into our solar industry knowledge, Jay Troger our CEO was asked to speak on the PEW panel to present the Ohio Energy Policy study.  Jay and others agreed that recent legislation is driving away green energy business, both solar and wind. See link below for full report.


As always, we are excited and ready to support all your efforts on the next solar project.  As you enter 2015, let us know how we can help you not only with our world class solar solutions, including battery storage. Please contact me or use our new quote request tool at




Rudy Magasrevy                                           

VP of Sales Development                          


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Nextronex Inc. Inverter Solution Selected by Indiana Municipal Power Agency for 9.74 MW Utility Solar Projects


Nextronex, Inc. is pleased to announce that the Indiana Municipal Power Agency (IMPA), a wholesale electric power provider serving 60 municipally-owned electric utilities in Indiana and Ohio, has selected the Nextronex Ray-Max® Inverter system for various member's sites as they expand their solar photovoltaic generation capacity. The sites are two (2) 2.41 MW DC solar projects to be located in the cities of Crawfordsville and Peru, Indiana and four (4) 1.23 MW projects to be located in other Indiana cities throughout the IMPA system.

Jay Troger, CEO of Nextronex, Inc. observes, "As a result of the successful installation and operations of our patented Distributed ArchitectureTM inverter system during 2014 at two IMPA sites in Frankton and Rensselaer, IMPA chose Nextronex again for their utility scale projects in 2015.  It is always gratifying when our customers are satisfied with our performance and continue to order from us. We will be providing our plug-and-play Power PodiumTM solution which is skidded, pre-wired and tested, saving construction time and labor cost, as well as assuring factory level quality control."

The projects are scheduled to be commissioned in the middle of 2015. Crawfordsville and Peru will be the largest solar project installations to date within IMPA's service territory.

See Press Release Here



Nextronex Inc. RAY-MAX® Power Podium Makes Top 100 Products List "Innovative Products that show increasingly improved reliability and performance"

Nextronex Inc., a leader in high performance solar inverter systems, is excited that the RAY-MAX® Power Podium was recognized by Solar Power World Magazine as a Top 100 product of 2014.  Nextronex appreciates this recognition from a leading voice in the solar industry.

The RAY-MAX® Power Podium is an integrated plug-and-play solution incorporating Nextronex' patented Distributed ArchitectureTM. The Power Podium is preassembled, prewired, and pretested in the factory.  This reduces field labor and speeds construction, and ensures consistent, high quality wiring.  The Power Podium® is configured to readily incorporate battery storage, utilizing Nextronex' patent pending technology that reduces capital costs and conversion losses in such projects.

"On behalf of the Nextronex team, we are honored to be selected by Solar Power World Magazine as one of the top products of 2014," said Jay Troger, Chief Executive Officer of Nextronex.  "Our heritage is to produce innovative products that offer unique benefits to solar power plant developers and EPC's.    It is rewarding for our team when we are recognized for doing so."

Article Reference


USDA Receives Nextronex
Power Podium Delivery for
1.5 MW DC Field

Nextronex Inc., delivered the 1.5 MW Power Podium product to the USDA solar field in late December.  This project will be the largest solar project in the area. Located at the George Washington Carver Center (GWCC) this project answers the president's challenge to bring more solar to federal locations.


Please see the original press release:  Article Link


    Nextronex Inc. Moves Headquarters to Holland, Ohio 

Nextronex Inc., producer of the patented Distributed ArchitectureTM inverter system, has moved to a new facility in Holland, Ohio, just outside of Toledo. The facility, at 10420 Geiser Road, is newly constructed for Nextronex.  The facility will serve as corporate headquarters as well as housing all manufacturing, testing and development functions.

"Our operations were spread across two facilities, and we had outgrown both of them," said Jay Troger, Nextronex' Chief Executive Officer.  The new facility will consolidate operations and has features that will improve our manufacturing efficiency."  The new location will also provide convenient highway access.

Nextronex' new address is:  10420 Geiser Road, Holland, Ohio 43528.

Please see Toledo Free Press Coverage on the Move and the State of Nextronex:  Article Link


    Jay Troger presents on the PEW panel to present the Ohio Renewable Energy Policy Report 

As a leading solar equipment manufacturer in the State of Ohio, our CEO Jay Troger was asked to join the panel in Columbus on January 13th.  He described the effects of the drastic change in policy on the solar industry in Ohio. Jay pointed out the policy changes in the state have an effect on all the businesses that support solar especially the investors.   

For the full REW report and one example of press coverage please see:   Article Link