Introduction

Projects

We specialize in diverse cladding, glass, and railing projects. Take a look at a selection of Mitrex projects below.

Disclaimer: The projects displayed are inexact renderings of current Mitrex projects; the images are solely to reflect the size of proposed confidential projects.

Projects

Office Building in
Eastern Canada

Skylight
Solar Integrated Skylight

Area: 14,000 SQFT
System Size: 196 kW
Cost: $770,000

Solar-Cladding
Solar Integrated Cladding

Solar Area: 137,500 sqft
Non-Solar Area: 35,000 SQFT
System Size: 1,788 kW
Cost: $8,325,000 SQFT

Solar-Window
Solar Integrated Curtainwall

Area: 42,500 SQFT
System Size: 170 kW
Cost: $2,337,500

Cost

Cost:
$11,432,500

This project is also eligible for additional value through federal tax savings of approximately $4 million

Energy-Revenue
Energy Revenue in 30 Years:
$1,197,000

Assuming 3 cents back from electricity generation

This office building located in Eastern Canada consists of two buildings that are 26 storeys tall and connected with a podium. The clients faced numerous challenges in their project, specifically, the high costs associated with common areas in this type of building, maintenance costs, a limited budget, and the need for an aesthetically-pleasing building that can be a landmark for the area. The Mitrex Power Agreement (MPA) posed a great option to the clients as the entire system was priced below market price while offering energy generation without compromising on the structure’s design. Also, under the MPA, Mitrex handles all the maintenance of the building materials, resulting in further cost savings. The clients were also able to take advantage of federal tax incentives. The tax savings combined with the total cost savings allowed the building owners to use the revenue to reinvest in other projects. Overall, the MPA purchase option allowed the building’s owner to solve their challenges and integrate sustainable building materials.

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Solar Integrated Skylight System

A=14,000 SQFT

$=2,337,500

Solar Integrated Cladding

A=172,500 SQFT

$=8,325,000

Solar Integrated Curtainwall System

A=42,500 SQFT

$=2,337,500

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Projects

Residential Building
in Western USA

Solar-Cladding
Solar Integrated Cladding

Solar Area: 64,500 SQFT
Non-Solar Area: 15,000 SQFT
System Size: 495 kW
Cost: $3,078,000 SQFT

Solar Integrated Railing

Area: 11,500 SQFT
System Size: 58 kW
Cost: $1,288,000

Cost

Cost:
$4,366,000

Energy-Revenue
Energy Revenue in 30 Years:
$387,950

Assuming 3 cents back from electricity generation

This iconic Residential Building located on the west coast of the USA was constructed at 35 storeys, with a beautifully modern façade. The owners of this building prioritized sustainability and desired to incorporate clean energy generation at an affordable cost. With the Mitrex Power Agreement (MPA), the building owners could purchase building materials, including solar cladding and railing, at below-market prices and with maintenance included. The reduced operating costs of common areas allowed for cost savings. The MPA also gives a portion of the electricity proceeds back to the building owner, lowering costs even further.

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Solar Integrated Cladding

A=64,500 SQFT

$=3,0780,000

Solar Integrated Railing

A=11,500 SQFT

$=1,288,000

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Projects

Residential Building Retrofit
in Western Canada

Solar-Window
Solar Integrated Window

Area: 40,000 SQFT
System Size: 240 kW
Cost: $2,600,000

Solar-Cladding
Solar Integrated Cladding

Solar Area: 40,000 SQFT
Non-Solar Area: 21,500 SQFT
System Size: 600 kW
Cost: $3,677,500

Solar-Window
Solar Integrated Curtainwall

Area: 12,000 SQFT
System Size: 48 kW
Cost: $780,500

Cost

Cost:
$7,057,500

This project is also eligible for additional value through federal tax savings of approximately $2 million

Energy-Revenue
Energy Revenue in 30 Years:
$4,220,000

Assuming 20 cents back from electricity generation

The Residential Building in Western Canada, standing at 30 storeys, required a retrofit due to its ageing façade and high energy loss due to poor thermal insulation. Mitrex proposed to reclad the building with a dark granite façade on the tower and a white façade on the podium to improve the building’s R-value, resulting in energy savings. The  rental building owners decided to go with the Direct Purchase Agreement (DPA) option for the project. The DPA was beneficial since the owners of this building will continue to own the structure long-term and want to receive the full proceeds from the electricity generation; this option will allow for a short payback period and a high return on investment. Also, the building owners benefitted from federal tax incentives for solar energy equipment. The tax savings allowed the owners to reinvest this money in other investment endeavours, and the electricity generated also provide additional revenue.

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Solar Integrated Window

A=40,000 SQFT

$=2,600,000

Solar Integrated Cladding

A= 61,500
$= 3,677,500

Solar Integrated Curtainwall

A=12,000 SQFT

$=780,500

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Projects

Greenhouse in
Eastern Canada

Solar-Glass
Solar Integrated Window

Area: 71,000 SQFT
Non-Solar Area: 11,875 SQFT
System Size: 469 kW
Cost: $3,730,000

Cost

Cost:
$3,730,000

This project is also eligible for additional value through federal tax savings of approximately $1.6 million

Energy-Revenue
Energy Revenue in 30 Years:
$1,840,500

Assuming 20 cents back from electricity generation

This Greenhouse located in Eastern Canada features Mitrex Solar Windows with semi-transparent monocrystalline solar cells. The owners of this greenhouse were faced with the challenges of high operational costs due to this structure’s energy demands. Mitrex offered the Direct Purchase Agreement (DPA) for the entire glass façade, composed of solar and non-solar areas. The DPA allows the building owners to profit from electricity generation and provides a return on investment rate of 518% over 30 years. Also, the building owners can take advantage of federal tax incentives that result in substantial tax savings. The electricity generated results in a short payback period, a return on investment, and reduced operational costs.

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Solar Integrated Window

A=71,000 SQFT

$=3,730,000

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