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SunReports enters Canadian solar market with Latitude51 partnership

May 5, 2011

SunReports, a provider of performance monitoring solutions for residential and commercial solar thermal and PV installations, has partnered with Latitude51 Solar, a Canadian solar hot water installer, to offer SunReports’ suite of performance monitoring solutions with its installed systems.

May 5, 2011  By  Alyssa Dalton


According to a recent CanSEIA’s solar thermal market intelligence report, the Canadian solar hot water market segment grew by 13% in 2009, up to $21.3 million from $18.8 million in 2008. SunReports mantains that its remotely accessible, web-based monitoring systems will provide Latitude51 Solar’s clientele with “piece of mind that investing in solar was the right choice.”

“Customer satisfaction has always been our top priority,” said Stefan Varga, CEO of Latitude51 Solar. “By partnering with SunReports, we can provide a higher level of service to our customers, a relationship that continues even after the solar system has been installed. SunReports allows us to easily monitor all of our customer installations, alerting us to system issues as they happen rather than months, or even years, after the fact.”

“We are thrilled to be expanding into the Canadian solar thermal marketplace and are very proud to partner with Latitude51 Solar,” added Tom Dinkel, CEO of SunReports. “Latitude51 is a perfect example of the partners we want to work with… with Latitude51’s established distribution partners and loyal customer base, we could not have picked a better company to partner with to offer our comprehensive suite of monitoring solutions to the Canadian solar market.”


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