A signature APS microinverter installation is earning recognition in the national solar press. Grow Community
on Bainbridge Island, WA, is one of six finalists for Solar Builder magazines's prestigious 2014 Project of the Year award
Grow was nominated in the Roof-Mount installation category. The annual contest honors innovative applications of solar technology in residential and commercial settings.
Located just across Puget Sound from Seattle, Grow Community is already the largest planned solar community in Washington state. The urban development has been designed around the idea that homes should produce all the energy their residents would need (net-zero impact) while capturing the financial benefits that come with producing renewable energy.
The 112kW (and growing) solar component is powered by APS microinverters and PV modules by itek Energy
of Bellingham, WA, with racking by SunModo
The winning project will be featured on the cover of the next issue of Solar Builder magazine, and will be honored at a special ceremony at the Solar Power International convention in Las Vegas, Oct. 20-23.
Please take a moment to show your support for APS microinverters and cast a vote for our Grow Community installation here