Known as "the Blue Team," Western Nevada marked 50 years of local family ownership in 2014 and serves customers throughout Nevada and California. Recent major distribution deals have brought the APS line to the American Southwest, central California, mountain and mid-Atlantic solar markets.
SEATTLE ó Regionally renowned equipment distributor Western Nevada Supply has added the APS microinverter line to its solar product offerings.
Known as "the Blue Team," Western Nevada marked 50 years of local family ownership in 2014, and serves customers throughout the Nevada and California markets with an extensive line of solar, HVAC, irrigation, plumbing and industrial supplies.
"We've added the APS microinverter line to our solar offerings to expand our already strong lineup of solar products, and to offer our customers microinverter options in our northern Nevada and Eastern Sierra markets," said Russ Cartwright, Solar Sales team member for Western Nevada.
Paul Barlock, APS America senior vice president, said the industry-leading APS microinverter brand is proud to be distributed by a company with such a strong history of family ownership and business success.
"Western Nevada is a great company and a great partner for APS," Barlock said. "Given their geographic coverage, offering APS microinverters will give them a distinct competitive advantage in the Nevada solar market."
Founded by Jack Reviglio and Bill Higgin, Western Nevada Supply opened shop in a rented 1,200 square-foot warehouse in Sparks, Nev., in 1964. From a modest beginning as a wholesale plumbing house, the business quickly grew, and in 1967 Jack's brother, Tom Reviglio, joined the firm as marketer.
The company soon expanded with the addition of a waterworks sales department and relocated to a 7,000 square-foot facility. In 1973, strong growth again prompted a move, this time to a 10-acre site, which now has expanded to 20 acres with 40,000 square feet of inventory under one roof.
Today, a second generation of Reviglios run the family business. To better serve outlying areas, the company has opened branches in Elko, Carson City, and Winnemucca, Nev., and South Lake Tahoe, Bishop, Susanville and Truckee, Calif.
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.
Recent major distribution deals have brought the APS line to the American Southwest, central California, mountain and mid-Atlantic solar markets.
APS ranked No. 2 in global market share among leading microinverter suppliers by shipments in 2013 (source: GTM Research).
For more information on Western Nevada Supply, see www.goblueteam.com.
For more information on APS microinverter products, see www.apsamerica.com.