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CIR Installs First Silevo Solar Panels on Williamsville Residence

5.22kW solar project in Williamsville, NY

CIR ELECTRIC, BUFFALO, NY

Overview

5.22kW solar project in Williamsville, NY consisting of 18 of Silevo's Triex U_Series 290 watt panels,

 

 

 

 

 

Location: Bergman Residence, North Forest Road, Williamsville, NY 14221
Commissioned: March 12, 2014
System Size: 5.22 kW
Inverter: SolarEdge SE5000A-US Inverter
Optimizers: 18 SolarEdge OP400-EV Power Optimizers
Modules: 18 Silevo Triex U290 Panels

Overview

BUFFALO, NY - Jeff Pedro, Chief Financial Officer of CIR Electrical Construction Corporation, announced today that they would be the first company in WNY to install solar panels manufactured by Silevo. "We have four current projects using these high efficiency panels. One customer is replacing a legacy solar system with high efficiency Silevo panels. This residence is one of four installations using Silevo's panels in WNY. The 5.22kW solar project in Williamsville, NY will consist of 18 of Silevo's Triex U_Series 290 watt panels," says Pedro. The other three include a livestock barn in North Tonawanda, a home in East Amherst and a tracker plus ground mount in Randolph, NY.


With efficiencies up to 18.2%, Silevo's Triex solar panels are amongst the highest in the industry. Higher efficiency delivers more power in less space. Triex solar panels can generate up to 12% more energy than conventional solar panels due to their low temperature coefficient which aide's performance in warm weather.

 

 

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