We get a lot of great feedback on our Enlighten software, and we use that feedback to make ongoing upgrades and improvements. So we wanted to share some recent updates to MyEnlighten based directly on that feedback. Now it's easier to view the performance details of your system, and to review historical data from previous days, helping you better understand the performance of your system. Watch the 2 minute video below to learn more about what’s new.
High-level overview of system’s performance
Bird’s-eye view with status
Victoria, Australia has a reputation for being one of the environmentally progressive states in the country. Not surprisingly, it has the third largest installed capacity for solar photovoltaic systems, with Melbourne taking centre stage in some of Australia’s most progressive sustainable buildings projects.
Over the last 18 months, Enphase has worked on the Five x Four Project, an iconic four storey residential project in East Melbourne, Victoria, that is only twenty square metres in size.
by Pamela Cargill
The solar industry is growing up. This isn’t just about technology anymore. The technology has occupied its place in a more sophisticated value chain, one that includes more robust and better-defined distribution, dealer, and services channels than five or six years ago. Each of these layers is beginning to operate more like one would expect in more mature industries, providing value-added experiences and services to the next customer in the value chain in support of the ultimate outcome – an operating solar PV system.
Greg Wolfson, Senior Director of Storage Product Line at Enphase, introduces the Enphase Home Energy Solution, a modular, integrated energy storage system that combines solar generation, energy control, and energy storage. This new Enphase offering will first appear in Australia and New Zealand, and residents in those countries can go here to register their interest in purchasing the Enphase Home Energy Solution.
By Brian Korgaonkar, Senior Product Manager
It’s that time of year again, and we’re gearing up for North America’s largest solar industry event—Solar Power International (SPI) 2015.
Before heading down to Anaheim, California, we’ve planned one fantastic lineup of events and trainings. Be sure to include us in your SPI schedule!
Enphase is going al fresco this year, with a large space outside on the Grand Plaza.
California, the land of endless sunshine, Hollywood stars and Silicon Valley start-ups, is the proven leader of the solar market in the United States. In 2014 alone, California installed 4,316 MW of solar electric capacity—that’s more than the entire country did from 1970-2011.
But demand for solar expands outside of the Golden State, and Enphase installations continue to pop up all across the globe. Australia, New Zealand and the UK have become major markets for Enphase success.
The recent drop in solar prices coupled with rising electricity costs made the decision to go solar simple for Sydney homeowner Matthew Kendall. The shape of Kendall’s roof and his family’s energy needs made it easy to go solar with Enphase.
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