Entries by apsystems

Solar MLPE hacks for the installer edge

Time is money. We’ve all heard the age-old adage, but if you’re a solar installation company, it absolutely rings true: time is your worst enemy. Labor is expensive, so the longer a project takes, the more it costs an installer to put in a solar system, and it comes right out of their bottom line. […]

APsystems at All Energy Australia 2016

All Energy Australia is Australia’s biggest solar energy industry exhibition and attracts the world’s top solar energy manufacturers, technologies and products. Join APsystems at our enhanced, interactive booth 1116, where we’ll bring you our latest products, the YC550 and YC1200 microinverters, and the Energy Communication Unit ECU-C gateway. The flagship APsystems YC550 is a grid-tied […]

Big News Australia & New Zealand: Another Fantastic A+ Rewards Offer from APsystems!

Dear Valued Australian & New Zealand Installer, The unbelievable A+ Rewards program from APsystems is now better than ever! We’re proud to offer this incredible promotion to our Australian& New Zealand installers. For every 15 YC500 microinverters purchased from an APsystems participating distribution partner in Australia or New Zealand, you will receive two YC500 microinverters […]

Big News Australia/New Zealand: the A+ Rewards Program is Coming to you!

Dear Valued Australian & New Zealand Installer, There’s never been a better time to bring APsystems microinverters to your customers, and we’re glad offer this incredible promotion to our Australian installers. For every nine YC500 microinverters that you purchase from an APsystems participating Distribution Partner, you can receive one YC500 for free. That’s right: Every […]

Join APsystems at SNEC 2016 in Shanghai, May 24

APsystems will be a featured exhibitor and presenter at the upcoming SNEC 2016, May 24-26 in Shanghai, China. SNEC is an ideal platform for PV companies to share their products and services, as the event draws technology leaders from across the global industry to spark ideas and innovation. Distributors, installers and manufacturers can keep on top […]

Olivier Jacques to lead APsystems Europe, Middle East and Africa operations

Olivier Jacques has joined APsystems as Senior Vice President and Managing Director, Europe, Middle East and Africa. He is based in the APsystems branch in Lyon, France. The company also maintains a European office in Netherlands. Jacques brings more than 20 years of experience in construction, industrial and high-tech industries. Prior to joining APsystems, he […]

5 Reasons a String Inverter Won’t Cut It.

Microinverters or string? PV system designers fall into two camps, some favoring big inverters and others moving toward the powerful little boxes that meet each module where the real action is: on the roof. Knowing the limitations of string inverters may tell you just why the Module Level Power Electronics segment – microinverters – is […]

APsystems YC1000 supports electric vehicle charging station at Intel HQ

APsystems microinverters support a hybrid solar/grid-tied electric vehicle charging station at Intel corporate headquarters in Santa Clara, Calif. Powered by APsystems YC1000 true 3-phase microinverters and Suntec 285-watt modules, the 4.2kW solar array supplements the charging station’s grid-tied power. A 45kW storage system by Powin Energy backs up the array, further reducing demands on the […]

A+ Rewards Program lasts until Q1 2016, ONLY for Australia & New Zealand

APsystems and its A+Rewards Program offer an unbeatable deal for installers on our advanced microinverter technology. For every 10 YC500 microinverters you purchase from a participating APsystems Distribution Partner, receive a free Energy Communication Unit (ECU). That’s right: Every 10 APsystems YC500 microinverters you purchase through March 31, 2016, will earn a free ECU. Your A+ Rewards free […]

University of Kansas (USA) architecture students take solar construction into the future

Powering old homes with solar is only half the renewable-energy equation. Designing and building new homes that make the most of that renewable power – achieving ultra-efficient “Net Zero” construction, and beyond – is the next frontier for sustainable living. American graduate students in the University of Kansas Department of Architecture, Design and Planning are […]