SPI 2017

Designing Commercial Projects with New String Inverters

Wednesday, September 13
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Location: Installer Training: Booth 4387

Designing Commercial Projects with New String Inverters. As the industry moves more towards string inverters for commercial applications more and more manufacturers are supplying higher power inverters. This training will walk you through commercial design considerations when using high-power string inverters and the different applications for ground mount, rooftop and carport systems. This training will include installation details, string sizing, AC/DC connections, wiring needs, string combiners and monitoring.

Michael Nieman

Senior Applications Engineer
Yaskawa - Solectria Solar

Michael Nieman joined Yaskawa - Solectria Solar's Applications Engineer Team in 2015. He is based out of Solectria’s West Coast office in Huntington Beach, CA. Michael has over eight years of experience in the solar power and electrical construction industries. Prior to Solectria, Michael worked for concentrating PV manufacturer, Amonix, Inc. where his responsibilities included electrical power path design and two-axis tracking system development. He has also worked as a conceptual estimator for Helix Electric, Inc., a leading U.S. electrical contractor based in San Diego, CA.

Michael graduated from the University of San Diego with an Electrical Engineering degree and holds an FE/EIT certificate from the California Board for Professional Engineers.

Michael grew up in Seattle, WA, but now resides in Costa Mesa, CA. He is a devoted Seattle Seahawks fan, an avid cyclist and enjoys being outdoors when not in the office. He's had a lifelong passion for sustainable energy and looks forward to strengthening the company's West Coast presence.


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