SunWiz Solar Industry Intelligence has recently completed its 2018 analysis and results conclude that Todae Solar has achieved the top commercial installer status for LGC solar systems of over 100kW; full results are available in their 2018 Year in Review.
This is the fourth year in a row that Todae Solar has received the number one commercial solar accolade*. Some of the top projects which contributed substantially to these results include Veolia, Woodlawn with its 2.37MW ground mounted tracker solar installation and Primo Foods 3.2MW solar system, the largest single rooftop solar system in Australia at the time of installation.**
Further retail megawatt plus systems include ALDI’s 1.49MW solar system at its distribution centre in Prestons.
The number one commercial installer status for these larger system sizes is in part thanks to Todae Solar’s ability to carry out larger and more bespoke projects at a competitive price. Larger systems carry with them additional complexities from both an engineering and project management perspective, making them suitable only for certain players in the commercial solar space.
Todae Solar has also been increasingly awarded tenders by the health and education sectors, which tend towards larger system sizes due to their increased roof space and significant daytime electricity use.
With numerous projects lined up for 2019, some of which are the largest Todae Solar has ever dealt with, and the commercial solar market still growing, 2019 looks to be another promising year.
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*Todae Solar was the #1 commercial installer in 2018 (100kW+) for total LGC system sizes as verified by SunWiz Solar Industry Intelligence – Australian PV Market Insights.
**This was the largest single rooftop installation that Todae Solar are aware of as of 30th October 2018, as verified by the The Australian Financial Review.