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About Xantrex Technology

Xantrex provides inverters, chargers, battery solutions, and related products to a variety of mobile end market applications. The company's products convert raw electrical power from any central, distributed, or backup power source into power required by electronic and electrical equipment.

Xantrex Technology Headquarter Location

3700 Gilmore Way

Burnaby, British Columbia, V5G 4M1,



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Xantrex Technology Patents

Xantrex Technology has filed 17 patents.

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Electric power conversion, Electrical engineering, Photovoltaics, Transformers (electrical), Electric power distribution


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Electric power conversion, Electrical engineering, Photovoltaics, Transformers (electrical), Electric power distribution



Latest Xantrex Technology News

Vancouver businessman and humanitarian Mossadiq Umedaly dies

Jan 11, 2022

Close friend said Umedaly had a stellar business career — but was most noteworthy because he always looked out for other people and helped serve the wider community. Author of the article: Article content Mossadiq Umedaly, the former chief financial officer for Ballard Power Systems, chair of B.C. Hydro and CEO of Xantrex Technology, has died. He was 70. Advertisement Article content Umedaly was born in Uganda and moved to Ontario in the 1980s to study at McMaster University. We apologize, but this video has failed to load. Try refreshing your browser, or Vancouver businessman and humanitarian Mossadiq Umedaly dies Back to video According to an article written in 2014 and published in the McMaster University website , Umedaly got his undergraduate and MBA degrees from the university and was starting out on his business career when he changed paths — spending several years with the Aga Khan Foundation working on a hospital development in Pakistan. Umedaly was a devoted member of the Ismaili-Muslim faith. Good friend Farouk Verjee said Umedaly and his wife settled in Vancouver where they raised two children. Umedaly’s first big job was with the then fledgling Ballard Power Systems, which makes fuel cells. Following this he became CEO of Xantrex Technology, which was sold in 2008 for $500 million. Advertisement Article content Umedaly was also the chairman of B.C. Hydro in 2008 and 2009. Mossadiq Umedaly, Chair and director of Xantrex, looks over a high-value chip board in the production plant at the company office in Discovery Park in Burnaby. Photo by RICHARD LAM /Vancouver Sun Verjee said Umedaly had a stellar business career but was most noteworthy because he always looked out for other people, and helped serve the wider community. Shelina Dilgir said Umedaly was an innovator and contributor to the Ismaili-Muslim community in Canada and his passing is felt across the country. Umedaly’s LinkedIn account states he was an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and adviser to governments, universities and NGOs on matters relating to energy, education and the environment. “For more than 35 years, Umedaly has been making a significant contribution to Canada, and the world, by growing institutions, building clean technology businesses, and inspiring young people to embrace worthy projects that make a positive difference,” the statement on LinkedIn reads. Verjee said Umedaly has had a chronic health problem for the past 12 years. The pending sale of Umedaly’s West Vancouver mansion (now worth $14 million) was reported in 2019 because of its noteworthy energy efficiency. However, records show a sale did not occur. The view from Umedaly’s West Vancouver home. Photo by handout /PNG Share this Story: Vancouver businessman and humanitarian Mossadiq Umedaly dies

  • When was Xantrex Technology founded?

    Xantrex Technology was founded in 1983.

  • Where is Xantrex Technology's headquarters?

    Xantrex Technology's headquarters is located at 3700 Gilmore Way, Burnaby.

  • What is Xantrex Technology's latest funding round?

    Xantrex Technology's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • Who are the investors of Xantrex Technology?

    Investors of Xantrex Technology include Mission Critical Electronics.

  • Who are Xantrex Technology's competitors?

    Competitors of Xantrex Technology include Sungevity, SolarBridge Technologies, Enphase Energy, Accustrata, Sensata Technologies and 13 more.

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