Since 2009, DEGER has been active on the Canadian solar market. Because of the high demand and to offer excellent local service for our customers, DEGER decided to establish DEGER CANADA Inc. Since April 2015 the DEGER CANADA Inc. is located in Ontario and today we want to introduce you the team.
Rural solar installations are usually a choice between growing food, and generating power. Faced with this decision, many farmers and land owners are reluctant to abandon agricultural projects in favor of building a solar plant. But DEGER offers something else; Trackers can be used making it possible to do both, offering new opportunities and benefits.
Since the start of the construction of "Solar Gardens" in Ontario, Canada more than 1,900 DEGERtracker D100 (20 MWp) has already been successfully installed. A further 300 DEGERtracker D100 systems (4 MWp) will be released in the coming weeks and make the conclusion of the project portfolio.
Listen to the latest news on the radio. Recharge the smartphone battery. Blow dry your hair in the morning. The ability to do these and a long list of other daily activities which form an integral part of our everyday lives would not have been possible if it were not for electricity.
During his visit in the headquarters of DEGERenergie, the Minister-President of the state of Baden-Württemberg Winfried Kretschmann discussed the patented MLD technology and the company's development in recent years.
Behind the powerful image of this project constructed with our customer Ülkü Meyvecilik, lies a great deal of self-generated solar power. The first dual-axis solar park in Turkey is has been completed in the city Tavas.
With 92 DEGERtracker D100 systems and a total capacity of 1MW, this solar power plant is now commissioned and connected to the power grid.