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Enphase CEO Paul Nahi received an award at Interconnections 2016, an annual event held in San Francisco by GRID Alternatives, the nation’s largest non-profit solar installer, in honor of the contributions Enphase has made towards making solar available to low income families. Enphase has partnered with GRID since 2010, providing both Enphase microinverters and volunteer hours to help bring solar to deserving families around the United States.

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Enphase gives back to a number of communities and causes that its customers, partners, and employees care about. Climate Ride is a nonprofit organization we support that organizes events to raise awareness and support sustainability, active transportation, and other environmental causes. For the past three years, Enphase employees have participated in Climate Ride California, and 2016 was no different.

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There are so many small things that can go wrong on site that can impact the efficiency and profitability of an install, so it's important to have a well-trained, safety-conscious crew and to ensure errors made on site don’t lead to costly call backs later.

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In 1970, Earth Day was started as an environmental teach-in. Up the street, one year later, Intel released its first microprocessor. These two revolutions—environmentalism and technology—came together, making the Bay Area birthplace of the clean-tech, green-tech world.

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By Nathan Dunn

People tend to associate New Zealand with the All Blacks, Maori culture, and thanks to the creative air safety videos produced by Air New Zealand - Lord of the Rings. But what has been somewhat of a secret until now is how Christchurch is quietly becoming a global mecca in high technology.

Thanks to world-renowned power electronics program at the University of Canterbury, Christchurch is home to a particularly high concentration of engineers who are perfectly skilled for high technology companies such as Enphase.

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When Raghu Belur talks about the beginnings of Enphase and where he believes the company and its technology will go in the future, his passion shines through. The most recent example of this enthusiasm can be found in the latest installment of Solar Power World’s “Solar Speaks” podcast, where Kathie Zipp, SPW’s managing editor, asks him about solar, energy storage, and the future of the grid.

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Visiting an installer's main warehouse a couple of years ago, I noticed boxes of inverters, coated with dust, and relegated to the back corner of their sizeable warehouse. They were inverters, two years old, and becoming less valuable by the day. “We stocked up for a big job, then the permitting got delayed and by the time we were ready to install, the customer wanted the latest technology.

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Enphase has a new look. The company is entering its 10th year, and over that time we have seen solar become more mainstream and the role of data and smart technology grow. We’ve also seen the early stages of solar integrating with new and exciting technologies, including home automation, the Internet of Things and distributed energy storage. 

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I once fell into a crevasse. Head first. With a pack half as heavy as I was strapped to my back. Not my best moment, but as a student mountaineer, I was about to put into practice what I had been learning all week: alert my rope mates, check my harness, and search for a foothold.

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