Solectria Renewables Powers the Largest University Installation in Ohio

The electricity produced from the project is enough to power approximately 250 homes.

Lawrence, MA - April 22, 2013 - Solectria Renewables, LLC, the leading U.S. PV inverter manufacturer, commissioned a 2.15MW array at Cedarville University today, Earth Day, in Cedarville, Ohio. Cincinnati-based project developer and EPC, Melink Corporation, chose Solectria Renewables' SGI series inverters to power this installation and SolrenViewTM, web-based monitoring, to monitor the array's energy activity.

"We chose Solectria Renewables' inverters after extensive research of solar inverter manufacturers. We've used them in prior projects and found their inverters to be reliable and bankable. We continue to be impressed with their technology and customer service. Their staff is extremely responsive and we look forward to a continued relationship with Brad Sherman and the rest of the team," said Colin Derhammer, Senior Design Engineer of Melink Corporation.

The solar array is located on newly acquired land the University purchased from the Village of Cedarville. A new underground utility corridor for the solar array will allow the zero emission source to feed electricity to the University's distribution system, making it the largest solar system directly connected to a university in Ohio.

"We are extremely proud to be part of this project and to commission it on Earth Day, a day that celebrates the preservation of the Earth and a commitment to eradicating environmental pollution," said James Worden, CEO of Solectria Renewables. "We are honored to be chosen as the preferred inverter supplier for Melink Corporation. Our SGI series inverters are being deployed across the United States because of the industry-best ROI we offer to developers, utilities, and financiers for their solar energy investments."

The electricity produced from the project is enough to power approximately 250 homes and remove over 2,478 metric tons of CO2 emissions from the atmosphere each year.

This week, Solectria Renewables is sponsoring Greentech Media's Solar Summit in Phoenix, Arizona. Mark Goodreau, Director of Utility-Scale Solar Solutions at Solectria Renewables, will speak on the From Grid-Tied to Grid-Integration PV: Enabling Solar Through Smarter Systems Panel. To learn more, please go to

About Solectria Renewables, LLC

Solectria Renewables, LLC is the leading U.S.-based grid-tied photovoltaic inverter manufacturer. We offer residential, commercial and utility-scale inverters. Our versatile line of high efficiency products provide power solutions ranging from 1 kW residential systems to multi-megawatt solar farms. Solectria Renewables' products are backed by more than 20 years of experience in the power electronic and inverter industries and are supported by world class warranties. All of our commercial and utility-scale PV inverters are manufactured in the USA, ARRA compliant, Ontario FIT Content Compliant, and listed to UL 1741/IEEE 1547.

To learn more about Solectria Renewables, please visit

About Melink Corporation

Melink Corporation is committed to sustainability and provides energy savings for their customers through HVAC commissioning services, demand ventilation controls for commercial kitchens and solar power projects. The company's headquarters is a LEED Platinum, Net Zero Energy facility designed to demonstrate that sustainability is good business. With full in-house development, design and implementation capabilities, Melink is a leading solar PV integrator of commercial projects. Please visit

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