Three Sixty Solar partners with Foremost Energy Equipment
by CM Staff
Three Sixty Solar announces that Foremost has contributed their engineering resources and provided formal quotes to become the Company’s fabricator of choice.
VANCOUVER — Three Sixty Solar Ltd., an alternative energy design, manufacture, and sales organization focused on solar equipment supply to the global marketplace, announces a strategic partnership with Foremost Energy Equipment.
Since the inception of Three Sixty Solar’s patent pending commercial solar tower project, engineering and fabrication has been a major factor and guiding principle of product development. These key principles include practical functionality, safety and security, scalability, and cost-effectiveness. To achieve a commercially viable product, the development team determined that a fabrication partner would be of importance. After a period of consultation and deliberation, Three Sixty Solar announces that Foremost has contributed their engineering resources and provided formal quotes to become the Company’s fabricator of choice.
Based in Alberta, Canada, Foremost has been a manufacturer, creating numerous solutions across many sectors of the resources industry from its multiple regional production facilities. Foremost is an experienced company that leverages its abilities in engineering and production to consistently deliver functional and reliable products to demanding specification, performance, price, and delivery. Stringent manufacturing procedures allow Foremost to produce consistent high-quality products in compliance with quality programs including API, ISO, ASME, CWB among others.
Three Sixty Solar’s CEO, Brian Roth states, “I believe that working with a fabricator as innovative, resourceful, and engaged as Foremost is going to help us deliver the best possible product to our customers. Foremost has already provided critical support in designing our towers for manufacturability and I appreciate their commitment to delivering the highest possible quality. Partnering with Foremost is the next step towards our goal of installing at least 500 MW of power in the next five years.”
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