Nextronex Inc. Inverter Solution Selected by Indiana Municipal Power Agency for 9.74 MW Utility Solar Projects

The projects are scheduled to be commissioned in the middle of 2015.

January 13, 2015 – Nextronex, Inc. is pleased to announce that the Indiana Municipal Power Agency (IMPA), a wholesale electric power provider serving 60 municipally-owned electric utilities in Indiana and Ohio, has selected the Nextronex Ray-Max Inverter system for various member's sites as they expand their solar photovoltaic generation capacity. The sites are two (2) 2.41 MW DC solar projects to be located in the cities of Crawfordsville and Peru, Indiana and four (4) 1.23 MW projects to be located in other Indiana cities throughout the IMPA system.


Jay Troger, CEO of Nextronex, Inc. observes, "As a result of the successful installation and operations of our patented Distributed Architecture inverter system during 2014 at two IMPA sites in Frankton and Rensselaer, IMPA chose Nextronex again for their utility scale projects in 2015. It is always gratifying when our customers are satisfied with our performance and continue to order from us. We will be providing our plug-and-play Power Podium solution which is skidded, pre-wired and tested, saving construction time and labor cost, as well as assuring factory level quality control."

The projects are scheduled to be commissioned in the middle of 2015. Crawfordsville and Peru will be the largest solar project installations to date within IMPA's service territory.

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