Fort Collins-based Advanced Energy, a developer of electric inverters for the photovoltaic power industry, announced a grand opening of the firm's new, 48,000 square-foot production facility in the city Wednesday. The firm said the new production facility will produce 250 megawatts of its Solaron PV grid-tie inverter annually, with capacity of more than one gigawatt. Advanced Energy's grid-tie inverters are used in conjunction with solar panels from other manufacturers, to produce AC power tied into the electric grid.
Top NewsWednesday, December 16, 2009
Advanced Energy Opens Fort Collins Plant