Sentinel Solar Corp has expanded their product offering, and introduces new products for their 2012 line-up.
December 2, 2011, Toronto ON: Sentinel Solar Corp, one of Ontario's leading solar distributors announced today it is expanding its product offering to better supply the needs of its customers. Sentinel has signed an agreement with Eclipsall to supply PV modules in 2012. "As we continue to grow our dealer network across Ontario, and with increased demand for high output 300 Watt modules we felt it was important to partner with a supplier that could provide not only the product we needed but the quality our customers have relied on us to deliver", said Adam Webb, CEO of Sentinel.
With the addition of Eclipsall modules Sentinel will now be able to offer a full Black on Black roof top solution, high output Mono-crystaline modules from 240 to 260 Watts, and the new 72 cell 300 Watt modules. A great feature that brought our attention to Eclipsall was the Selective Emitter technology that has been incorporated into their production. Selective emitter technology has been proven to be more effective in lower light conditions like those in Ontario.
"We anticipate 2012 to be a banner year in the Ontario solar industry, and believe that the addition of the Eclipsall module will fill any gaps in our product line and enable us to provide fully financeable systems", said Mike Cannon, CFO of Sentinel Solar.
Sentinel Solar Corp is a vertically integrated solar distributor serving all of Ontario. With warehousing strategically located in the province, and a commitment to product and service excellence Sentinel is leading the industry by example. Specializing in projects from 10 kW microFIT up to 500 kW roof and ground mounted FIT has enabled the company to continue to expand over the last two years.
Sentinel Solar was incorporated in Ontario in 2003, and is currently headquartered in Vaughan Ontario. Sentinel's management team has over 20 years of experience in distribution, product manufacturing and project development specifically in the Canadian solar industry.