Nextronex, Inc. is pleased to announce that its RayMax inverter system has been selected for a 100kW carport at the Veterans Administration in Guam. The carport is currently under construction, and will be placed in operation later this year.
"We are proud to have been selected by Venergy for this important project with the V.A.," said Jay Troger, CEO of Nextronex. "We are also excited to be working with Venergy, and know that the carport will serve the V.A. well for a very long time."
The Nextronex inverter system includes a proprietary monitoring system and it is designed to withstand the severe tropical island climate. "We analyzed the various inverter systems in the market, and selected Nextronex for its performance and future flexibility," said Corey Clive, CEO/Founder of Venergy.