On June 8, 2020, A+ Solar Solutions finished the installation of an 8,200 Wp solar array.

Installation A+ Solar Solutions in Salmon Arm

The system contains 20 LG410N2W-V5 High-Efficiency NeON® 2 modules and 20 Enphase IQ7+ inverters.

LG410N2W-V5 High-Efficiency NeON® 2 solar panels

LG guarantees the LG410N2W-V5 High-Efficiency NeON® 2 solar panels will produce no less than 90.1% of their nameplate power output after 25 years.

LG410N2W-V5 High-Efficiency NeON® 2 solar panels

Apart from a stellar 25-year production warranty, LG also provides an industry-leading 25-year product warranty, which is among the top of industry standards.

L bracket on U1600-SBS Torch anchor

The solar array was mounted on U1600-SBS Torch anchor, which provides a positive, watertight, manufacturer accepted attachment for torch-applied roofing systems.

Enphase IQ7+ microinverters

In combination with the Enphase IQ 7+ micro-inverters – who also come with a solid 25-year product warranty – the customer does not have to worry about his solar array for the next 25 years.

Because solar arrays last for 30-35 years and require hardly any maintenance – cleaning the solar panels once or twice a year is preferred – investing in a solar array is a very safe investment and will make one untouchable for all the hikes in electricity rates to come.

Interested in what A+ Solar Solutions can do for you? Call us at +1 250 515 6311 or send us an email at info@aplussolarsolutions.ca

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