Tri-Technic Nears Completion on Two Large Utility Scale Solar Fields for PG&E, February 10, 2012

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Tri-Technic, Q-Cells, Satcon and AMtec Solar work together on 30MW of clean solar power in California.

Tri-Technic has been particularly pleased with the quality of product and service provided by AMtec Solar, the combiner box supplier for these projects.

Q-Cells, one of the world’s largest Solar manufacturing companies was selected by Pacific Gas & Electric in an EPC contract to build the 20MW Cantua and 10MW Giffen solar fields in Fresno County, California.

In a joint effort with Q-Cells, Tri-Technic a 30 year old General/Electrical construction company was awarded the electrical installation of the solar equipment including Satcon inverters and AMtec Solar's solar combiner boxes. Over 250,000 solar panels were deployed.

The project encompasses hundreds of acres and includes over 300 miles of copper cabling, and tens of thousands of racks. AMtec Solar provided the combiner box solutions for both large and commercially significant solar projects.

Chris Payne, CEO of Tri-Technic stated “both PG&E and Q-Cells have expressed their pleasure with the progress, professionalism, quality and safety of the project undertaken by Tri-Technic. We continue to complete this project on schedule and on budget, while committing to always exceeding our customers’ expectations.” Payne went on to state, "Tri-Technic has been particularly pleased with the quality of product and service provided by AMtec Solar, the combiner box supplier for these projects."

Tri-Technic is a leading constructor of high voltage utility facilities throughout the United States.

AMtec Solar is a leading manufacturer of solar combiner boxes and solar re-combiner boxes producing all products in Hayward, California.

Tri-Technic website: http://www.tri-technic.com
AMtec Solar website: http://www.AMtecSolar.com
Mr. Payne may be reached by email at chris(at)tri-technic(dot)com

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