Powerway Builds a Factory in Canada to Manufacture Products Locally

Powerway solar mounting system set up another new office in Canada and decided to build a factory to manufacture PV racking and solar ground screws, so these products can be made locally.

While countries such as the United States and Canada have adopted policies that support and encourage the development of emerging markets in the new energy industry, some EU countries have lowered their subsidies for on-grid pricing. As a result, the photovoltaic market is taking the obvious step and transferring more and more of its business from Europe to North America.


Last month, Powerway solar mounting system set up another new office in Canada and decided to build a factory to manufacture PV racking and solar ground screws, so these products can be made locally. We can offer complete one-stop service in the United States and Canada, from installation of ground screws for mounting systems, to module panels.

Mr. Steven Beadman, our sales manager in Canada liaison office, said "Ontario is in the midst of an energy revolution and recently stressed that manufacturers can only apply for on-grid pricing when mounting systems are produced locally. We not only satisfies this new Canadian policy but also follows our motto Powerway, safety all the way', to provide safer, more reliable mounting systems for all our customers."

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