TORONTO—European solar module firm Martifer Solar said it has completed a trio of solar installations in Ontario with a combined capacity of 871 kilowatts.
The portfolio of projects was built for project developer OZZ Solar, an Ontario-based solar developer.
Portugal-based Martifer, it was selected for engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) of the projects—two in Richmond Hill and the other in Cambridge, Ont.
According to company spokesperson Maya Rao, two of the installations were built on the roof of an undisclosed corrugated container and plastic bottle firm, and the other an electrical equipment supplier.
The total system utilizes more than 3,400 crystalline silicon modules, which allows for a production capacity of 1045.56 MWh/year, according to the company, producing the equivalent to the consumption of over 800 people.
Martifer said it reduces carbon dioxide emissions by about 700 tons annually.
“This portfolio of projects is a confirmation of Martifer Solar’s ability to successfully operate within the Canadian market, especially within the rooftop segment of the industry,” Martifer Solar North American president Pedro Pereira said in a statement.
“The company intends to ramp up its activities and become a leading player in the Canadian market. We see great potential in the country and a large amount of untapped market share of which Martifer Solar is looking forward to take part.”