Nextronex Energy Systems Attends Intersolar NA in San Francisco

Jul 01, 2013, 11:00 ET from Nextronex, Inc.

TOLEDO, Ohio, July 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Nextronex Energy Systems will be demonstrating its non-residential and utility scale solar inverter system at the Intersolar Show in San Francisco, CA July 9 to July 11th.  This conference and exhibition represents one of the largest of its kind for solar manufacturers around the world. 

Nextronex will be demonstrating the distributed architecture design of the Ray-Max® Power Island Inverter system at booth number 8015. The Ray-Max® Inverter System, completely different from all other inverter systems, incorporates a patented distributed architecture design and inverter sequencing algorithms which optimize low light energy harvesting for early morning, late evening and during cloudy conditions. Predictive models and customer validation document up to 8% higher energy output with these unique inverter systems, along with higher reliability and uptime as well as extended inverter lifetime.

Jay Troger, Nextronex CEO says "Our presence at the show will bring us to a much broader audience.  We are very excited to participate in this event and demonstrate the energy advantages of our inverter solution to potential customers across the globe."

Greg Knudson, VP of Sales and Marketing and VP of Technical Sales and Peter Gerhardinger will also be in attendance to address any questions for our current and future solar customer base.                        

About Nextronex

Nextronex, Inc. is a manufacturer of non-residential and utility scale proprietary solar inverter systems 150kW and larger. Founded in 2008, the company received initial funding for research and development via private venture capital in Northwest Ohio. The company is focused on solar energy optimization through its patented distributed inverter architecture design for both 600 and 1,000 V DC solar array configurations and up to 35,000 V AC grid connect. In its short history, Nextronex has installed 22 solar projects totaling over 22MW. For more information about Nextronex, please visit their website at

SOURCE Nextronex, Inc.