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Here’s what we’re working on and thinking about at Enphase.
Image of solar panel on street light

Thanks to solar photovoltaic systems, residential homes have been converted from power consumers to power generating households for years. Many solar powered houses now produce more energy than what they need and feed the excess back into the electricity grid. Now it is the turn of street lights to play a similar role.

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Clouds forming behind palm trees before a storm or hurricane

FEMA has released a report that outlines best practices to help homeowners protect their solar systems in hurricane-prone areas. The report recommends microinverters and lays out additional guidelines to help homeowners prepare for high veolicty winds.

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Jamaica aerial photo

Jamaica’s Prime Minister, Andrew Holness, has a bold vision for his country: he wants Jamaica to reach 50% renewable energy by 2030. 

Even though they produce a negligible amount of the world’s greenhouse gases, he knows that Small Island Developing States (SIDS) like Jamaica are particularly vulnerable to changes in the energy economy. As such, Prime Minister Holness is committed to making Jamaica “energy secure” by investing in renewable sources like solar and wind.

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AUS Event

This year’s All-Energy 2018 Tradeshow was the biggest yet – not just for the industry but also for Enphase. We ran workshops that were standing room only, gave speeches not only on the advantages of our Micros but also how we believe Enphase will once again revolutionise the solar industry with our IQ 8 and Ensemble operating system in 2019, and supported our distribution partners on their booths.

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Cable Management

Even though we launched the Enphase Q Cable about a year ago, we still see many installers not fully utilizing its flexibility. So, we thought we’d share a bit more about how the Q Cable can help you save time and money while on the roof.

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Selling your home

Solar energy has many benefits. It’s clean, sustainable, and can help you save money on your energy bills. And here’s one added benefit people don’t usually think about: solar can also increase your home’s value.

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Desk with paperwork

Going solar is more affordable today than ever, but it still requires a significant up-front investment. The average six-kilowatt solar energy system costs between $16,260 and $21,420. Fortunately, there are lots of tax incentives to help you pay for the installation.

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Enphase Customer Support Representative

We know that many of you have had mixed experiences trying to connect with our customer support in the past. This year, we’re on a mission to improve our customer experience – and we want to share with you what we’ve done so far.

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Smart Inverters for California Rule 21

The State of California has been working on Rule 21 for over four years. This regulation mandates new safety features, as well as requirements for advanced grid functions (AGF) for inverters, and therefore affects solar installers and homeowners.

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