Advance Green Power now offering APS microinverters in Mexico market

Mexico City-based Advance Green Power is bringing APS microinverter technology to the fast-developing Mexico market. The company will offer APS products as part of its comprehensive line of residential and commercial PV solutions.

Mexico City-based Advance Green Power is bringing APS microinverter technology to the fast-developing Mexico market.


The company will offer APS products as part of its comprehensive line of residential and commercial PV solutions.

Advance Green Power's mission is to reduce the emission of greenhouse gases while raising awareness of the ecological and economic benefits of sustainable energy, helping individuals and organizations adopt these new technologies to positively impact the environment.

"We are always looking for cutting edge technology in order to offer the best solutions," said Oscar Jimnez Velzquez, Advance Green Power director general. "Our technology partners in the United States like APS always provide us with the best quality products."

The agreement comes as APS rapidly expands its presence in new regional markets around the globe. Already the market leader in China and Australia and with a rapidly growing presence in the U.S., APS now offers its advanced microinverter products to customers in Latin America and Europe.

Thomas Nelson, APS vice president of sales, noted that Latin America is a fast-growing region for the solar market.

"Mexico has tremendous potential for clean-energy development, and it's a natural fit for our microinverter technology," Nelson said. "We're pleased to bring our PV solutions to consumers there."

APS microinverters' unique chip-based architecture allows each unit to be specially programmed to accommodate the various grid voltages found in different regional markets – a flexibility built into each APS unit and unmatched by other microinverter products.

APS was founded in Silicon Valley in 2009, and is now a global leader in the development, manufacturing and marketing of microinverters based on their own proprietary, leading-edge solar technology. APS America, representing APS in the US market, is based near Seattle.

APS ranked No. 2 in global market share among leading microinverter suppliers by shipments in 2013 (source: GTM Research).

For information on Advance Green Power, see http://www.adgreenpower.com
For more information on APS microinverter products, see http://www.apsamerica.com.

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