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Mitrex launches a solar roof technology product to provide homes with solar power

by CM Staff   

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Mitrex's Solar Roof BIPV technology provides homeowners an alternative, cost-efficient energy solution.

Mitrex’s Solar Roof BIPV technology provides homeowners a cost-efficient energy solution (CNW Group/Mitrex)

ETOBICOKE — Mitrex, a Canadian manufacturer of solar technology, is bringing to market its roofing panels, developed to provide an alternative energy solution for homes. The company’s patented building-integrated photovoltaic technology (BIPV) extends a building’s energy generating potential, allowing greater electricity generation.

The solar roof panels can be installed on both new and existing homes. Mitrex’s products can also match the appearance of traditional asphalt and slate shingles.

“Our solar roof solutions are ideal for homeowners looking to reduce their carbon footprint and make a positive impact on the environment,” says Mitrex CEO Danial Hadizadeh. “With our streamlined installation process, homeowners are now able to tap into solar technology to contribute to a net-zero carbon future without compromising the look of their home.”

Similar products in market have developed solutions that are aesthetically pleasing, but their installation processes involve a replacement of the entire rooftop instead of integrating into an existing surface.


Mitrex purports to invest heavily in research and development, and all of their applications are part of its mission to increase solar energy adoption around the world. Mitrex solar roof products are made in Canada, in a factory based in the Greater Toronto Area. The company’s facility allows for the consistent production of thousands of solar panels per month.


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