Special Report: The Case for Microinverters in C&I Solar

AP Systems Microinverters Special Report

Technology is changing the norms of commercial and industrial (C&I) rooftop solar system design. Panels are getting huge and climbing upward of 600 W. UL 3741 compliant systems are expanding options for meeting NEC 690.12. And beefed up microinverters are poised to do for C&I what they’ve done for residential solar — simplify everything. Unsure about that last one? Then it’s time to get up to speed on the advancements of microinverters built for C&I. Solar Builder explores the case with APsystems in this special report.

Inside you’ll find:

  • Cost comparisons vs. string systems
  • Benefits beyond shade mitigation
  • Making three-phase “plug and play”
  • Safety advantages
  • How to reduce failure points
  • Adding battery storage

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