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February / 14 / 2017
APsystems to offer installer training at NABCEP 2017 in Dallas, March 21-23

The APsystems technical support team will offer installer training at NABCEP Continuing Education 2017, March 21-23 in Dallas.


 
Seminars include:

Microinverters in the Residential Environment - APSystems YC500 Dual Module Solution: Examine the advantage of microinverters in a single-phase residential application. Learn techniques of system designing for communication to minimize return site visits and maximize operation profits, demonstrated through the installation of the APSystems microinverters.

Commercial Three Phase Microinverter Solutions - Including Design for Communication: Understand the advantages of the Three-Phase microinverter in commercial markets. The seminar will emphasize the performance and versatility of the APsystems YC1000 three-phase microinverter, and designing systems for enhanced communication and monitoring freedom.

To register, email support@APsystems.com.

Presenters will be Christopher Barrett, Director of Engineering and Technical Services for APsystems, and John Doerr, APsystems applications engineer.

Christopher brings more than 20 years' experience in the solar and semiconductor industries. Prior to APsystems, he served as Technical Services Manager for SolarBridge Technologies, directing a multinational support center that monitored global PV installations, provided support and dispatched technicians to the field.

John Doerr contributes over 30 years of experience in management with startups, manufacturing and customer support, as well as national and international consulting. His work includes development and contractor management of commercial, residential and multifamily projects. John provides the pre- and post-sales technical training and supports installer needs for application engineering and design.


When the state of Nevada established a pilot program to bring solar power to marginalized communities, Bombard Renewable Energy delivered.
The Las Vegas based Solar PV contractor completed a string of projects for prominent area nonprofit agencies, putting the power of solar to work for citizens and agencies not often served by renewable PV resources.
For helping bring solar power to the nonprofit sector, Bombard Renewable Energy has earned the APsystems Project of the Year Award in the Commercial category.
"Nonprofit organizations are an overlooked segment of the commercial solar market, but that's changing thanks to solar installation leaders like Bombard," said Jason Higginson, senior director of marketing for APsystems USA. "We're proud to see our microinverter products supporting the good work of so many worthy nonprofit agencies."
  


Bombard Renewable Energy is honored for a quintet of service-sector projects in the Las Vegas area, including:
* HELP of Southern Nevada - An 81kW mix of rooftop arrays and solar carports supports an agency that assists families and individuals attain self-sufficiency through direct services, training and resource referrals.
* Boys and Girls Club of Southern Nevada - An ambitious 242kW system provides nearly all the power needed for this facility, whose mission is to enable all young people to reach their full potential as caring, responsible citizens.
* Las Vegas Rescue Mission - Rooftop arrays and solar carports totaling 125 kW support the mission complex that provides care, support and meals to the homeless and addicted population.
* Veterans Village - A 48kW rooftop array powers an important regional center providing transitional and permanent housing for United States veterans in need.
* Ronald McDonald House Charities - The 28kW shade structure supports the center's mission of providing temporary housing for families who travel to Las Vegas to receive critical medical treatment for their children.
 
The projects were built through Nevada's Low Income Solar Energy Pilot Program, established by the state legislature several years ago to benefit low-income customers, including, without limitation, homeless shelters, low-income housing developments and schools with significant populations of low-income students .
Bombard Renewable Energy contracted with NV Energy for the engineering and construction of the projects, said Bo Balzar, Bombard Renewable Energy Division Manager.
Bombard chose APsystems' YC1000 true 3-phase microinverters for the installations.
"Superior durability combined with a comprehensive warranty and exceptional design flexibility made APsystems the obvious choice for our projects," Radford said. "APsystems is the only microinverter technology we found which supports both 60-cell modules at 240V and 72-cell modules at 208 and 480V 3-phase systems."
What are the Advantages of Microinverters Going Into 2017

Start early, work late - low-light production at either end of the day is just one more advantage of solar microinverters over conventional string systems.

Learn about the many others in "What Are the Advantages of Microinverters Going Into 2017," a feature in Solar Power World's 2017 Renewable Energy Handbook.


 

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