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  • We specialise in the design, supply and installation of all aspects of alternative energy

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Beachhaven School - North Shore - Auckland Fulton Hogan - Great Barrier Island - Quarry Alpha Laboratories - Auckland

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We designed, supplied and installed this 20kWp grid connected solar system before Christmas in 2016 and completed the monitoring in January 2017. The Quarry system is a small off-grid system that we designed for Fulton Hogan. The entire system - modules, inverter and batteries are designed to be easily "de-mountable" and thus allow the Portacom to be relocated to it's next site when necessary. We won the Alpha Laboratories tender and in October 2016 installed 440 x Trina 310W modules and 2 x SMA Sunny Tripower 60-10TL inverters. We believe that this was the first STP60-10 installation in NZ.
Fletcher Construction Limited - Te Awamutu Library Tonga Police Fulton Hogan - Laboratory - Auckland
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Fletcher Construction is a long standing client of Reid Technology. This 35.3 kWp solar array is located on the roof of the new library in Te Awamutu. Our role in the Tonga Police Development Programme was to supply and install four grid connected solar power systems, an off-grid system and a grid-connected solar / battery system. The Lab was suffering power outages due to its main supply line not having sufficient capacity to meet the power demands at the site. Fulton Hogan considered replacing the supply cable but after some investigation, they released a tender.
MFAT - Racecourse - Apia, Samoa MFAT - Salelologa, Savaii, Samoa MFAT - Gym 3 - Apia,Samoa
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Continuing on from the 240kWp grid-connect system we installed on Gym 3 in Samoa in early 2014, we were then awarded, by the NZ Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the contract to build the 2.2MWp Solar Farm at the Apia Racecourse and the 143.5kWp solar system at the Salelologa Power Station on Savaii. Once the ground works were complete at the Racecourse Solar Farm, we relocated our Samoan team to Salelologa and they laid the concrete pads and set up the array frames - getting ready for our solar team to install the system. In late 2013, we were delighted to win an international tender to design, supply and install a 240kWp grid-connected solar power system for the NZ Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) in Samoa

Vector - Shed 10 - Auckland

MFAT - High Commission - Tonga

MFAT - Cook Islands

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We were the EPC provider for Vector for the Shed 10 solar power system. At 60.75kWp, this is currently the largest roof mounted solar power system in New Zealand. We designed, supplied and installed a 10.2kWp grid connect solar power system on the roof of the New Zealand High Commission which was commissioned on the 27th of June 2013.  We commenced this project in September 2012 and it concluded on 18th January 2013 with the grand opening.

Molisis Supermarket - Tonga

Meridian Energy - Tonga

DOC - Raoul Island

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Working in conjunction with Transnet, we carried out the installation and commissioning of this 10kWp grid connect solar system. This solar farm is the first in Tonga. It is among the largest solar farms in the Pacific. Raoul Island is New Zealand's northern most territory. It is an extremely remote location with supply visits only twice annually.

University of South Pacific - Majuro, Marshall Islands

DOC - Great Barrier Island

DOC - Little Barrier Island

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In October 2011, we were contacted by the University of the South Pacific - Majuro Campus to ask us to design, supply and install a grid connect solar power system. Working with Vector, we won the competitive tender for the solar power systems on Great Barrier Island, at Okiwi Station and Port Fitzroy. In early 2012, we extended the power system on Little Barrier Island for the Department of Conservation.

University of Waikato

Vector Fonterra

South Island Stage 2

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We are proud that this 16.1kWp grid connect solar power system won the SEANZ Best Solar System Prize for 2011. We designed, supplied and installed this SMA Sunny Backup system on Fonterra's "show farm" to show the possibilities of solar power on a dairy shed. This SMA Solar Backup System is the completion of a solar power project in Wanaka. It provides emergency power to the site in case of power outages.

Auckland Solar System

Vector Hubbards

South Island Stage 1

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Installed in Greenhithe in Auckland, it is one of the largest domestic grid connect solar power systems in New Zealand. We are very proud of the Vector Hubbards solar system. Its nominal 20.48kWp power output makes it New Zealand's largest thin film solar installation. This 10.5kWP grid connect solar system is Part 1 of a solar backup system in Wanaka.

Waiheke Island - Auckland

Kaukapakapa - Auckland

Marshall Islands

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The concept of this solar system is for it to produce sufficient power throughout the year to offset the owners usage over the three months per annum that they will spend at the house. Our clients live entirely off grid in their new home. Their system is made up of 16 x Sungrid 175W modules on a tilted frame - to maximise solar production, especially in the winter months. Completed in June 2009, the 57kWp grid connect system is one of the largest in the Pacific.

Moore Wilson Ltd

Tindall Foundation

Auckland International Airport - Arrivals Pier B

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Moore Wilson is committed to sustainability and energy efficiency. Their 10.5kWP grid connect solar system is the largest in Wellington. We worked in conjunction with Sanyo Australia to design, supply and install a large grid connect solar system for the Tindall Foundation in Takapuna. It generates 9.84kW in full sun. This is the second project we completed for Auckland International Airport. The total solar installed by us at Auckland International Airport is in excess of 50kWp.

Auckland International Airport - Arrivals Expansion 3A

Lockwood Showhome - Rotorua

Waitakere City Council

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At 29.75kW, the grid connect solar system which was installed on the Arrivals Expansion at Auckland International Airport in March 2008, is New Zealand's largest. Installed in December 2007, the Lockwood Showhome in Rotorua comprises of 8 x 167watt panels and a Beasley Close Coupled Solar Hot Water System. We designed, supplied and installed this solar power and solar hot water system for the new Waitakere City Civil Defence building.

Little Barrier


TiriTiri Matangi

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Little Barrier has a 3.5kW solar array feeding into a 5048 Sunny Island battery inverter which create the "grid" for the island, using Absolyte batteries for power storage. For this project we designed and supplied the components and incorporated them into an existing smaller solar system. TiriTiri has a 7kW solar array feeding into 2x5kW Sunny Island battery inverters which create the "grid" for the island, using Absolyte batteries for power storage.

School Gen

MainPower Head Office

Massey Library

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These systems are made up of a 2kW solar array connected to the grid using SMA Sunny Boy grid connect inverters. Systems installed at: Westlake Girls High School, Greenhithe,Tirimoana and Silverdale Primaries and Northcote and Pakuranga College. This system was designed for MainPower to showcase grid interactive solar technology and to support and promote greater investment in renewable power generation. The official opening of the Library and Recreation Centre Complex and of the PV system itself, was done by Pete Hodgson, Minister for Energy for New Zealand.
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