KACO, RESCo Energy form Ontario solar power partnership

KACO will provide inverter maintenance, warranty and commissioning services for 30 megawatts of installed solar power.

December 3, 2013   by PLANT STAFF

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. – KACO new energy and RESCo Energy Inc. have formed a non-exclusive service partnership to advance the delivery of new solar products and services in Ontario.

Through RESCo’s Service Team, KACO new energy will offer maintenance, warranty and commissioning of their inverter fleet representing more than 30 megawatts of solar energy installed in Ontario alone since 2011.

Customers will now be able to receive KACO Photovoltaic (PV) inverters. Maintenance, warranty and operational services are secured by RESCo.

“KACO new energy has positioned itself to be a long-term player in Photovoltaics and recognizes the need for reliable asset management support for its clients. RESCo is proud to be working with KACO new energy to provide commissioning, warranty support, service and maintenance on their inverter fleet in Ontario,” says Fidel Reijerse, President, RESCo Energy Inc.


Incorporated in 2006, RESCo is a full service engineering, procurement, construction and maintenance (EPCM) firm focused on rooftop solar PV energy systems. RESCo is partially owned by Flynn Canada, the country’s largest roofing and building envelope company.

KACO new energy is a manufacturer of grid-tie inverters that feed solar energy for single-family homes and multi-megawatt solar farms based in Neckarsulm, Germany and has been producing inverters with a cumulative capacity of more than six giga watts since 1999.

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