Chris Bentley, Ontario's Minister of Energy, visits Sentinel Solar Corp.
Ontario's Energy Minister, Chris Bentley, expressed his commitment to the growth of the solar industry with a tour of Sentinel Solar's new corporate headquarters. He was joined by Steven Del Duca, the Liberal candidate for Vaughan Ontario in September's bi-election.
Sentinel Solar, one of Ontario's oldest solar companies is proud to announce the opening of their new corporate headquarters in Vaughan Ontario. In anticipation of the launch of the new FIT 2.0 program Sentinel has expanded its distribution capabilities to 50,000 square feet between two distribution warehouses centrally located in Ontario, and have added a fleet of commercial trucks to better service our dealers and project developers. Sentinel has also expanded its staff to include system designers, electrical and structural engineers, project managers and a dedicated project development team who's goal is to assist our customers reach successful completion of their projects. Sentinel Solar has 35 dedicated employees working to complete the 30 MW of projects we currently have under development, while continuing to add to our dealer network which has grown to over 500 across Ontario.
Sentinel Solar is a prime example of the job creation that has been anticipated through the launch of the FIT program and Green Energy Act.