Sandia and Semprius have partnered to evaluate the operational performance of a 3.5 kW (nominal) R&D system using 40 Semprius modules. Eight months of operational data has been collected and evaluated. Analysis includes determination of Pmp, Imp and Vmp at CSTC conditions, Pmp as a function of DNI, effect of wind speed on module temperature and seasonal variations in performance. As expected, on-sun Pmp and Imp of the installed system were found to be ∼10% lower than the values determined from flash testing at CSTC, while Vmp was found to be nearly identical to the results of flash testing. The differences in the flash test and outdoor data are attributed to string mismatch, soiling, seasonal variation in solar spectrum, discrepancy in the cell temperature model, and uncertainty in the power and current reported by the inverter.. An apparent limitation to the degree of module cooling that can be expected from wind speed was observed. The system was observed to display seasonal variation in performance, likely due to seasonal variation in spectrum.