...SimpleRay to start distributing APS microinverters
 

SimpleRay to start distributing APS microinverters

Three-time Inc. 5000-honored solar distributor SimpleRay has added the APS microinverter line to its product offerings.

APS microinverterDriven by the maxim “We simplify solar,” SimpleRay offers a full range of solar products and services including PV system design (grid-tied and battery-based), end-to-end project management and financing.

The St. Paul, Minn.-based company is a three-time Inc. 5000 honoree and has ranked No. 318 on the Inc. 500 list of fastest-growing private companies in the USA. It ranked No. 12 among top renewable energy companies as determined by Inc. Magazine, and fifth among all companies in its home state.

SimpleRay was founded by Geoff Stenrick in 2007, with the goal of giving solar installers a better distribution experience. The company serves small and mid-sized installers throughout the Midwest, offering product and system-design expertise and a consultative sales approach.

“We want to make sure we have the best products on hand to match each installer’s projects,” said Stenrick, SimpleRay president and CEO. “APS fits in well with our philosophy by offering low-cost, well established microinverters. They’re easy to design with, and fit our customers’ needs well. They’re a great fit for us overall.”

APS is currently offering A+ Rewards rebate program for installers. The program offers up to $15 back per microinverter purchased from participating distributors through Sept. 30, 2015, with additional incentives for first-time installers; see the company’s site for more details.

APS flagship products include the YC500, a powerful dual-module microinverter, and the YC1000 true 3-phase unit, purpose-designed for commercial applications and offering an unprecedented 1:4 microinverter-to-module ratio to lower system costs.

 

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