SUNERGY inverters are made in Ontario, helping FIT and microFIT customers to meet domestic content requirements.
A. When you submit your FIT or MicroFIT application you are required to submit a plan for meeting domestic content. Even if you have already submitted a plan for domestic content that did not include SUNERGY inverters, you may change your product selection prior to installation.
Following the installation of your solar power system, the OPA requires the submission of a domestic content report, explaining how your system met domestic content.
A. The OPA`s rules for domestic content state that inverters will qualify where the assembly, final wiring, and testing have been done in Ontario. All of these requirements are met with SUNERGY inverters.
For further clarification, the OPA provided an interpretation for "assembly" stating that the following subcomponents must be fully integrated in Ontario: Circuit boards, enclosure, housing, enclosure lid
At present the OPA has not offered a formal accreditation process to guarantee domestic content compliance in advance of system installation, however, Sustainable Energy has reviewed all domestic content rules and interpretations and completes all of the designated activities in Ontario as required.
A. Yes, SUNERGY inverters are shipping now, lead times will vary during manufacturing ramp according to the pace of FIT contract approvals from OPA. Contact Sustainable Energy for up to date information.