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Centennial Global Solar Inc. is an international leader in the manufacturing of high quality, low cost and innovative energy solutions. Operating in 24 countries worldwide, Centennial Global Solar Co. has a 10,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Scarborough, Ontario for offering FIT compliant PV energy systems solutions. Centennial Global Solar Co. was established in 2003. Our systems are designed and manufactured to withstand Canadian climate like heavy snow & high wind velocities. Centennial Global Solar provides custom solutions offered from 4 cell technologies (CIGS, Crystalline, Spherical & Amorphous Thin Film). Our quality control standard is supported and validated by UL, ETL & IEC certifications and 3rd party verified in various public institutions.

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  • Centennial Global Solar Company was amongst the first companies to manufacture Polycrystalline solar modules with large 156mm x 156mm solar cells in 2004 when most companies were still using 125mm x 125m solar cells. Centennial was also amongst the first to use uniform blue top surface polycrystalline cells. The company also had distinction of using blue backsheet to merge with blue cells and to concealed top and bottom bus bars of solar modules. This design made the solar modules very popular with our customers.
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  • Centennial Global Solar Company has been manufacturing mono-crystalline solar modules since its inception in 2003. They are among the oldest, most efficient and most dependable ways to produce electricity from the sun. Each module is made from a single silicon crystal. They are more expensive, than polycrystalline and thin-film PV panel technologies
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  • In 2008, Centennial Global Solar Company added production of Spherical silicon solar modules to manufacture flexible and foldable solar modules for light weight and reliable solar panels for military, campers, mountaineers, trekkers and for scientist working in remote areas. The application of flexible spherical silicon solar panels was extended to curved roof and roof with low load bearing capacity, recreation vehicles and boats, making strips of solar venation blinds etc.
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  • BIPV is short for Building Integrated Photovoltaic. It means placing the solar power generation system into buildings. It is not a solar cell technology but an application of technology. Since the beginning Centennial was aware that incentives and subsidies to promote photovoltaic technology will not last forever. The success of photovoltaic industry lies in reducing cost to compete with other conventional technologies for generating electricity. Centennial has undertaken many custom made solar modules for building integration in roof, semi-transparent façade, windows, and skylights, round solar panels for sculptures that generate its own electricity and PV module integrated vertical axis wind generators. With advancement in photovoltaic technology Centennial offers coloured solar modules both in thin film as well as in crystalline technologies.
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  • In 2006, Centennial Global Solar Company decided to get into non-silicon based solar panels and started production of CIGS solar modules. The CIGS solar modules became very popular in third world countries for charging batteries for solar home systems and solar lantern. CIGS solar modules are used for making roof tiles and replacing roof material in Canada and Switzerland. The promise of CIGS solar cell technology has been greater than the reality
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  • In 2005, Centennial diversified into amorphous thin film module production. The thin film amorphous modules filled the gap of small power module requirement for battery charging application. These solar modules became popular for road signs, RV’s, lighting remote homes and other consumer applications.
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