Join APsystems at SNEC 2017 in Shanghai, April 19

SNEC 2017, one of world’s largest PV conventions, will occur in Shanghai on April. 19-21.

SNEC is an ideal platform for PV companies to share their products and services, as the event draws technology industry leaders from across the globe to spark ideas and innovation. Distributors, installers and manufacturers can keep on top of the latest policies and issues impacting the international renewable production and storage markets.

See the APsystems advanced microinverter line and new products at booth E7-570.

A press conference will be held at our booth to formally recognize APsystems honored clients and announce new product releases.

More activities and giveaways will be offered throughout the event.

Join APsystems at Booth E7-570 April 19-21 at SNEC 2017.

Venue: Shanghai New International Expo Centre, 2345 Longyang Road, Pudong, Shanghai, 201204, P.R.C.

APsystems Exhibits at PV SYSTEM EXPO 2017 – March 1-3

PV SYSTEM EXPO 2017 is one of Asia’s largest PV conventions in Tokyo on Mar. 1-3 – and APsystems will be there in force.

Look for our enhanced, interactive booth E21-23, where we’ll showcase APsystems valued products.

APsystems locations around the globe are offering installers a new power paradigm with a proven power electronics architecture that increases solar harvest and ensures maximum output for residential and commercial solar arrays.

Thanks to its strong MLPE portfolio, APsystems ranked no. 2 in global market share among microinverter suppliers by shipments in 2014.

We look forward to seeing you all at the EXPO.

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Booth#:E21-23
Date:March 1-3, 2017
Exhibition hall:Tokyo Big Sight
Address:3-10-1 Ariake, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-0063, Japan

APsystems joins Sungage Financial approved vendor list

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

SEATTLE – APsystems microinverters have joined the popular Sungage solar financing approved vendor list.

The partnership brings the APsystems advanced microinverter line to a powerful residential solar lending platform, in response to requests from leading national solar installers.

 

“Sungage has really made a name for itself offering fast, no-nonsense solar financing, and we’re very pleased to join their vendor group,” said Jason Higginson, APsystems Senior Director of Marketing. “Support from solar installers made this partnership a smart move for both companies, and our customers nationwide will benefit.”

Sungage Financial provides homeowners with easy, online access to low-cost financing for solar equipment. Headquartered in Boston, Mass., Sungage Financial partners with leading solar installers and institutional investors to help homeowners save money on energy. For more information, visit www.sungage.com.

The company was founded in 2011 by entrepreneur Sara Ross, who was looking for an easy way to finance a solar energy system for her home. Ross, now Sungage CEO, built a business bridging the gap between homeowners, installers and financial institutions.

Sungage has continued to grow, focusing exclusively on delivering consumer-friendly financing options that make it simple for homeowners to go solar and save more money. The company has been profiled in leading journals including GreenTech Media, Bloomberg and the Boston Globe.

APsystems was founded in Silicon Valley in 2009, and was first to market with innovative solar products including the groundbreaking YC500, the first dual-module microinverter, and the YC1000 true 3-phase, four-module unit.

APsystems is the second largest supplier of solar microinverters and the third-largest MLPE provider in the world. APsystems microinverters have about 30 percent fewer components than competing brands, leading to higher reliability and lower costs at every point in the production and distribution chain.

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About Sungage Financial:

Sungage Financial provides homeowners with easy, online access to low-cost financing for solar equipment. Headquartered in Boston, MA, Sungage partners with leading solar installers and institutional investors to help homeowners save money on energy. An innovator in solar finance, Sungage launched the nation’s first secured solar loan program in Connecticut in 2013. The company is committed to helping homeowners save more through ownership. For more information, please visit www.sungagefinancial.com.

APsystems estableció la nueva oficina y celebró la conferencia con usuarios

Recientemente, APsystems construyó la nueva oficina en México para apoyar con el servicio al cliente y el almacenamiento local. APsystems proporcionara a nuestros clientes los mejores productos y el mejor servicio. La dirección de nuestra oficina es Av. Lázaro Cárdenas  2850-5º Piso, Colonia Jardines del Bosque C.P. 44520, Guadalajara, Jalisco.

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La conferencia de usuarios para América Latina se celebró hace un par de días.  La gente compartió sus puntos de vista para el mercado de México y las expectativas para 2017.

Los clientes están satisfechos con el rendimiento de nuestro micro inversor especialmente por el servicio local, incluyendo la formación técnica regular, el almacenamiento local y el servicio post-venta.

Durante la conferencia, nuestro CMO de APsystems, vice presidente Wesley Tong otorgó a tres distribuidores la distinción de “Distribuidor de Oro”y “Distribuidor Plata”. APsystems aprecia sinceramente sus grandes esfuerzos y contribuciones para ayudar a expandir el mercado latinoamericano. Para estos tres grandes distribuidores que son STI, Greenergy y Sunnergy.

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APsystems agradece a estos distribuidores de oro por su asociación para hacer de APsystems un líder mundial en tecnología de micro inversores. Como APsystems, son apasionados por la energía solar y avanzar en un futuro de energía limpia y renovable.

A principios del 2013, APsystems entró en el mercado de México con el YC500 especializado y hecho para México. Con la capacidad de producción de 500,000 unidades por año, ahora APsystems es la marca de micro inversor NO.1 en el mercado de México. Esperamos un futuro brillante con estos sobresalientes socios solares.

 

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APsystems establishes new sales, service office in Guadalajara

APsystems has established a new office in Guadalajara, Mexico, to support regional sales, distribution and service.

The new office address is AV. Lazaro Cardenas 2850-5º Piso, Colonia Jardines del Bosque C.P. 44520, Guadalajara, Jalisco.

APsystems marked the expanded regional presence with a user conference for solar professionals, as participants discussed the Mexico market and expectations for 2017.

APsystems earned praise from regional distributors and installers for microinverter performance, technical training, order fulfillment and after-sales service.

Three vendors were honored with “Golden Distributor” and “Silver Distributor” awards during the conference.

The firms STI, Greenergy and Sunnergy were honored by Wesley Tong, APsystems vice president, for their success in expanding the Latin America solar market.

Tong thanked the Golden and Silver distributors for their partnership in making APsystems a global leader in microinverter technology, and their passion for solar power and advancing a clean, renewable energy future.

APsystems entered the Mexico market in early 2013 with a specially configured version of the top-selling YC500 microinverter.

APsystems upgrades EMA monitoring website with more data and improved interface

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

SEATTLE, JIAXING, LYON– APsystems today announced the launch of a new, redesigned version of its Energy Monitoring & Analysis (EMA) website APsystemsEMA.com.

The web-based platform, available for free on any connected device, monitors and reports module-level energy production of solar arrays which utilize APsystems inverters and provides that information to homeowners and end users in a convenient and user-friendly format.

emaThe site also enables APsystems-registered solar installers and contractors to lower their maintenance costs by creating and managing their customers’ PV installation accounts remotely. Key features of the new EMA site include a more attractive design and a more engaging user experience with an enhanced system dashboard, system management tools and improved reporting functions.

The new EMA website is active and available now, the result of a seamless transition from the previous site to the new interface. The added functionality addresses the high demand for detailed data and enhanced capability in a more user-friendly experience for the growing and competitive solar industry.

“We are excited to re-launch our very popular EMA website.” said Wesley Tong, APsystems chief marketing officer. “The site already hosts tens of thousands of homeowners and end users all over the world who view their APsystems solar array performance online and through the APsystems EMA App. These new design improvements now give them an even more in-depth view of their system energy production, improved reporting and additional historical data in a clean, comprehensive and dynamic user interface.”

Users can view their solar array performance using the same URL and log-in information as before at APsystemsEMA.com, through the APsystems EMA App or by visiting the APsystems website at APsystems.com and clicking “EMA Login” at the top right portion of the homepage.

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Join APsystems at Solar Canada 2016

Solar Canada, Canada’s largest PV convention, comes to Toronto Dec. 5-6 – and APsystems will be there with a powerful microinverter line and dynamic new features.

Look for our enhanced, interactive booth 1002, where we’ll be offering APsystems product training and hands-on demonstrations.

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We’ll be showcasing our new, redesigned version of its Energy Monitoring & Analysis (EMA) website, APsystemsEMA.com. The EMA website monitors and reports energy production on sites that utilize APsystems microinverters and also lets APsystems-registered solar installers and contractors create and manage their customers’ energy monitoring accounts.

Key features of the new EMA site include a cleaner and more attractive design, a more engaging user experience with an enhanced system dashboard, system management tools, improved reporting functions and module performance data.

We’ll also have the full line of APsystems advanced microinverters on display, including the powerful YC1000, YC500, and ArrayApp all-in-one mobile installer tool.

YC1000, the first true 3-phase, four-module solar microinverter. With balanced 3-phase AC output, the microinverter is purpose designed and built for commercial applications.

The best-selling YC500 microinverter, a groundbreaking unit that handles two PV modules (up to 310 watts each) with dual-MPPT and monitoring to simplify installation, lower balance of system costs and improve array output and efficiency.

APsystems locations around the globe offer installers a new power that increases solar harvest and ensures maximum output for residential and commercial solar arrays.

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Upcoming launch of new Energy Monitoring & Analysis (EMA)

Dear APsystems EMA user,

APsystems is proud to announce the upcoming launch of a new, redesigned version of its Energy Monitoring & Analysis (EMA) website APsystemsEMA.com.

As you know, the website monitors and reports energy production on sites which utilize APsystems microinverters and also enables APsystems-registered solar installers and contractors to create and manage their customer’s energy monitoring accounts. Key features of the new EMA site include a cleaner and more attractive design, a more engaging user experience with an enhanced system dashboard, system management tools, improved reporting functions and module performance data.

The added functionality addresses end user and installer demand for detailed data and enhanced capability in a more user-friendly interface. The new EMA website will launch on November 30th.

“We are excited to re-launch our very popular EMA website.” said Jason Higginson, APsystems senior director of marketing, USA. “The site already hosts tens of thousands of homeowners and end users all over the world who view their APsystems solar array performance online and through the APsystems EMA App. These new design improvements now give them an even more in-depth view of their system performance, improved reporting and additional historical data in a clean, comprehensive and dynamic user interface.”

The APsystems EMA website will be unavailable from 00:00 to 04:00 UTC /GMT on November 29th in order to complete the transition to the new EMA system. Users can access their site using the same URL and log-in information as before at APsystemsEMA.com or by visiting the APsystems website at APsystems.com and clicking “EMA Login” at the top right portion of the homepage.

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Gracias por habernos visitado en la GREEN EXPO 2016 !

Estimado visitante de Green Expo Mexico,

screen-shot-2016-11-02-at-10-09-33-amLes agradecemos mucho por haber visitado nuestro stand de APsystems.

En 2016, APsystems abrió oficinas en Mexico para el soporte de servicio local así como de almacenaje. Queremos ofrecer a nuestros clientes los mejores productos y el mejor servicio.

APsystems es ahora líder global en desarrollo, manufactura y comercialización de MLEP (Micro inversores y Optimizadores) basado en nuestra propia tecnología de punta en el mercado solar.

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Apsystems marca un gran avance en tecnología solar, haciendo los arreglos fotovoltaicos más poderosos, inteligentes, escalables, rentables y seguros.

Por favor déjenos saber si tiene alguna duda acerca de nuestros productos o quisiera tener alguna oferta de nuestro equipo de ventas.

 

Que tengan un excelente día!

Saludos cordiales,

 

Dirección: Edificio ITALIA Lázaro Cárdenas 2850 int.-501-A

Tel:01(33)31884604 Mexico Free

APsystems helps Extend the Day bring solar to kids in developing nations

c6a4d851-f6f6-448d-9efe-989852f7f33fAPsystems is teaming up with the nonprofit Extend the Day to bring portable solar-powered lights to students in developing nations.

APsystems engineers assisted in the design of small, personal-sized lights, now being distributed to kids and families in remote villages in Kenya, Bangladesh, Bolivia, Myanmar and Namibia.

The lights allow students to study in the evening, dramatically changing their educational experience and opportunities.

Seattle-based Extend the Day was founded by Andrew Lonseth, APsystems President for USA Operations, and his daughter Jo, who saw the opportunity to improve lives through personal-scale solar during their global travels.

The clean-energy lights have a secondary benefit of eliminating the health hazards associated with noxious kerosene-burning lamps in homes.

“My eyes don’t burn anymore when I read,” a Kenyan student told Jo Lonseth recently. The youth now hopes to become an electrical engineer.

“Here he was in the middle of nowhere, and the light has changed his path,” Jo told Bainbridge Island Magazine.

Read the whole story here.

Click here for more information about Extend the Day.

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APsystems reveals competitive edge on Solar Power World podcast

A smart microinverter takes a smart chip – and every APsystems unit has one inside.
The powerful FPGA chip that drives APsystems advanced microinverters is among the topics covered by Solar Power World editor Kathie Zipp and Jason Higginson, APsystems senior director of marketing, during a recent interview.

The pair sat down recently for an informative program on solar technology, the fast-growing Module Level Power Electronics segment and other topics.

Listen to the podcast here.

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