CHE Power Structures Corp.

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CHE Power Structures Corp. (CHE) develops kitted, high powered, architecturally beautiful, building integrated solar-PV (BIPV) home roof kits and solar power structures such as BIPV garages and accessory buildings. All CHE products can be secured to the property and mortgage financed, allowing homeowners to replace electricity payments with home equity investments for economically viable ownership of a residential PV generation asset. CHE is the exclusive Canadian partner of L’Institut de Recherche Fondamentale en Technologies Solaires (IRFTS), Europe’s leading BIPV provider with over 60,000 projects in 15 different countries.

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