Solectria inverters to be used at 2.15 MW solar project in Ohio

Melink Corp. has chosen Solectria Renewables LLC to provide the power inverters and web-based monitoring for a 2.15 MW solar power project at Cedarville University in Ohio. The project will be Ohio’s largest university solar installation.

The project will use Solectria’s SGI series inverters to power the installation and SolrenView to monitor the array’s energy activity.

The project is located on land the university purchased from the Village of Cedarville. A new underground utility corridor will allow the project to feed electricity directly into the university’s distribution center.

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