Microinverters have long been a go-to in residential solar arrays for how they simplify installation, provide panel-level monitoring and shade mitigation, and meet rapid-shutdown code requirements. But can they have the same impact in the commercial sector? APsystems’ Senior Director of Marketing USA, Jason Higginson, sat down with Solar Builder magazine on The Pitch to answer that question. Discussing APsystems’ quad microinverter, the QT2, he busted common myths about microinverters in commercial arrays, including their cost, power output, and points of failure. (Spoiler alert: the QT2 comes out on top!)
APsystems is the #1 global multi-platform MLPE solution provider, offering microinverter, energy storage and rapid shutdown devices for the solar PV industry. APsystems brands include APsmart and APstorage. Founded in Silicon Valley in 2010, APsystems encompasses 4 global business units serving customers in over 100 countries. With millions of units sold producing more than 4TWh of clean, renewable energy, APsystems continues to be a leader in the ever-growing solar MLPE segment.