Cleaveland-Price, Canada's Got Solar? earn APsystems Project of the Year Awards
Congratulations to Cleaveland-Price of Trafford, Penn., and Got Solar? of British Columbia, Canada, winners of APsystems Project of the Year Awards.
Cleaveland-Price is honored in the Commercial category for the massive 673kW rooftop array powering the company's high-voltage switch factory. The project uses APsystems YC1000 true 3-phase microinverters to handle the 2,245-module array, the company's first-ever venture into solar installation.
Got Solar? is honored in the Residential category for the Lowen family's Coldstream Corner Farms net-zero project. The 29kW array atop the Helmi and Kornelius Lowen residence in Okanagan, B.C., earned distinction as Canada's first 100-percent solar organic family farm.
"Microinverter technology is the smart choice for projects of every scale, as these two outstanding winners demonstrate," said Jason Higginson, senior director of marketing for APsystems. "While their installations are much different in size and capacity, they help the customers achieve the same goal of energy independence. Cleaveland-Price and Got Solar? set a great example for all commercial and residential installers looking for power, reliability and value from their rooftop microinverter arrays."
Read more about the Cleaveland-Price commercial installation
Read more about the Got Solar? and the Lowen family's Coldstream Corner Farms net-zero residential project here.
APsystems thanks all installers and customers who participated in the 2017 Project of the Year Awards contest. Special mentions were also awarded to Vision Energy of Canada for the Moose Jaw all-electric solar home project in the Residential category, and Sycamore Energy for the Optimist Holsteins 177kW Commercial installation.