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EthoSolar Inc., an Ontario-based solar installer, and Soventix Canada Inc., a subsidiary of Germany-based solar project developer Soventix GmbH, have entered a partnership to offer turnkey services for net-metered PV installations.

"The rapid decrease in the cost of solar PV equipment, along with the increased acceptance of renewable energy generation, has made net metering a viable energy and business solution for building owners," says Anton Lamers, project manager for Soventix. "By purchasing their own solar generation equipment, building owners secure their energy rates for up to 25 years, invest in a clean secure source of energy during peak hours and start saving on their energy bill from day one."

Among other services, the companies are offering comprehensive energy assessments evaluating the feasibility of the solar system for each individual customer.



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