Canadian Manufacturing

Mitrex releases their largest solar panels

Mitrex manufacturing is fully automated for photovoltaic production and strives at achieving a net zero future by 2050.

December 2, 2021  by CM Staff

Mitrex solar panel (CNW Group/Mitrex)

TORONTO — Mitrex Integrated Solar Technology, a building integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) manufacturer, aims at accelerating the decarbonization of the globe through sustainable solutions in the solar industry. After months of research and development, Mitrex is releasing its largest tandem solar panel, boasting a power output of up to 800W. These panels are made in Canada using monocrystalline silicon solar cells and are well-equipped with Mitrex’s anti-reflecting technology which optimizes electricity generation.

“We believe innovation begins with an idea to bring a positive change. Exploring contemporary renewable opportunities is our way of being the stimulus behind that change” says Danial Hadizadeh, CEO of Mitrex Integrated Solar Technology. “We aim at smoothing the solar transition for hard-to-abate sectors. Reducing CO2 emissions and reaching net zero by utilizing solar energy is our decarbonization roadmap.”

The ideology of Mitrex has always been reportedly focused towards exploring sustainable options in the solar industry by providing products that allow energy generation on every surface touched by the sun. In addition to 800W panels, Mitrex offers customizable, integrated solar products that generate energy on the external facades of structures. Each product at Mitrex is made in accordance with standards and codes in North America, while the fabrication & manufacturing is in Canada.

Mitrex manufacturing is fully automated for photovoltaic production and strives at achieving a net zero future by 2050.

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