The Lowen family’s Coldstream Corner Farms net-zero project

APsystems microinverters power Canada’s first all-solar organic farm in British Columbia’s beautiful Okanagan valley. The 3.7-acre Lowen family farm produces a staggering array of vegetables, fruits and herbs for market. The farm produces all its own power, thanks to a 93-module, 29kW rooftop array using APsystems YC500 microinverters. Local installer Got Solar? helped owners Helmi and Kornelius Lowen achieve energy self-sufficiency, selecting APsystems microinverters for their power output, flexibility in system design and “future proof” warranty.

Location: Okanagan, British Columbia
Capacity: 29kW
Installer: Got Solar?, B.C., Canada
Modules: Canadian Solar 315W, 72-cell and 60-cell monocrystalline
Number of modules: 93
Microinverters: APsystems YC500 dual module
No. of microinverters: 47