Carmanah Awarded Commercial Rooftop Solar Projects Valued at Approximately $2.0M
TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA (May 14, 2013) In two separate commercial rooftop solar projects valued at approximately $2.0M, Carmanah Technologies (TSX: CMH) was awarded to design and build roof mounted solar photovoltaic (PV) systems that will deliver a total of 500kW of renewable energy for the province of Ontario.
Carmanah to Build Innovative PV System for BrightRoof Solar
BrightRoof Solar LP has contracted Carmanah Technologies (TSX: CMH) to design and build a 250 kW solar photovoltaic (PV) system on an industrial building with varied roof surfaces. Carmanah’s Solar Engineering Procurement Construction (EPC) Services group will begin installation of the rooftop facility in Wallaceburg, Ontario later this month.
BrightRoof Solar participates in Ontario’s Feed-In Tariff program as a long-term owner and operator of rooftop solar facilities.
Carmanah Awarded $1.1 Million in Contracts Towards Ontario’s Renewable Energy Development
Toronto Hydro-Electric System Limited has awarded Carmanah Technologies (TSX:CMH) contracts worth approximately $1,100,000 (CAD) to engineer and construct three rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) generating facilities. The systems are located on York Mills, McGregor and Mimico Arenas and are expected to produce more than 250,000 kWh of clean, renewable energy annually for the City of Toronto.
With its first grid connected systems installed in 2001, Carmanah remains one of Canada’s leading Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) service providers of rooftop solar generation.
Carmanah Receives $1.1 Million PowerStream Order
Town of Markham Recipient of Multiple Carmanah Projects
Carmanah Awarded $1.3M Contract for FIT Rooftop PV Solution
TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA (April 24, 2012) Carmanah Technologies Corporation (TSX: CMH) is once again working with PowerStream Inc. to provide and install a 300kW solar photovoltaic (PV) system for a community centre in Markham, Ontario. The $1.3 million (CAD) project will begin installation in May and has a target completion date for July 2012.
UPDATE 4-Ontario cuts green power rates, commits to targets
* Province to cut solar rates more than 20 pct, wind 15 pct
* Rate cuts apply only to new projects
* Prices for water, biogas, biomass unchanged
* New projects with aboriginal support given priority
* Commitment to renewable power targets affirmed
TORONTO, March 22 (Reuters) - Ontario's renewable energy sector breathed a sigh of relief on Thursday as the province announced rate reductions for solar and wind power that were more modest than some had feared and it repeated its commitment to renewable power targets.
Following a review of its ambitious clean-energy program, Canada's most populous province said it will cut the rates it pays for power from new solar projects by more than 20 percent and wind rates by about 15 percent, reflecting lower prices for generating equipment such as solar pane ls and wind turbines.
Ontario's feed-in-tariff plan, aimed to spur job creation and help replace coal-fired power in the province, has been a source of anger for ratepayers facing higher electricity bills.
Launched in 2009 with a global recession underway, the program paid green energy producers generous above-market rates for power that they could "feed" into the provincial grid.
PowerStream Solar and Town of Markham Powering Up Rooftops
Ceremonial Connection of Two Solar Generation Systems Held at Thornhill Community Centre
PowerStream Solar Awards Carmanah $2 Million Solar PV Contract
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA (December 5, 2011) Carmanah Technologies Corporation (TSX: CMH) has been awarded a contract by PowerStream Inc, to supply and install a 350 kW rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) system for the Thornhill Community Centre located in Markham, Ontario.
Carmanah Installs $1.4 Million Solar Rooftop Photovoltaic System for Ontario Refrigeration Facility
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA (November 29, 2011) Carmanah Technologies Corporation (TSX: CMH) received a $1.4M CAD contract from a commercial refrigeration service provider in Southern Ontario and at present has designed, supplied and installed a nominal 250 kW solar rooftop photovoltaic (PV) system.
The solar array occupies roughly 30,000 square feet of the facility’s rooftop, and generates approximately 300,000 kWh of clean, carbon-free electricity annually—an amount equivalent to that consumed by 25 average Canadian households.