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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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Small house with small solar system on rooftop

When most people think of adding solar power to their home, they think big. They think a sea of solar panels covering the roof, soaking up enough sun to power the whole house day after day. They think full replacement of grid power on a daily basis, a greener home, and a smaller carbon footprint. And they think thousands of dollars up front.

But there’s another way to think: small.

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Solar installation by Enphase team
By JD Dillon

Building tangible things in the material world isn’t really my forte. I build business processes for profitable growth, but I’m easily lost with hammers, nails, and tool belts. When I joined the Enphase team last summer, I didn’t know what I didn’t know about the world of solar. I’d seen panels on rooftops, I’d understood the benefits to both the environment and consumers’ pocketbooks, but the nitty gritty was pretty foreign.
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People standing in front of fire station in Australia with Enphase solar system on roof

It’s not an exaggeration – our firefighters are our local heroes. We rely on them in countless emergency situations: house and bush fires, road crash rescues, storms and natural disasters, and even missing persons and forensic searches.

However, in our day-to-day routines, hardly any of us realise that without our firefighters, we’d be in grave danger. They guarantee our safety that we take for granted.

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Jim and Mili, proud enphase home energy system owners

When a green home developer chooses solar technology for his latest sustainable neighborhood—and his own home—he opts for technology that can manage future needs: ready for future storage, able to integrate with his smart home thermostat, and fully compatible with coming smart grid and rapid shutdown requirements.

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Solar is seizing its chance to break into schools through state-of-the-art classroom designs, which are built from the ground up to solve issues that have plagued schools for decades. American Modular Systems (AMS) is a manufacturer focused on bringing the construction of classrooms into the 21st century, and is leading the charge to eliminate not only common structural defects such as imperfect lighting, poor acoustics, but also maintenance issues that can lead to air quality-related health issues such as asthma. All those problems result in lost learning opportunities for children.

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By Olivia Smith

Neil and Elisabeth Duncan have been in love with their solar system since getting it installed six years ago onto their vintage red cottage in Balmain, Sydney. With a popular bed and breakfast running from their apartment upstairs, there is always someone home using the freshly generated solar from the eighteen-panel system.

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By Olivia Smith

The Captain of Collingwood Football Club, Scott Pendlebury, has chosen Enphase for the recent installation of solar PV at his fitness facility, Progression Fitness Club (PFC) in Melbourne, Australia. The rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) system, to be expanded with the Enphase Storage System complete with the Enlighten™ software platform, will make PFC be one of Australia’s first fitness clubs to leverage the benefits solar and storage.

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Brewery Microinverter Install

By Olivia Smith, Communications Manager, Enphase APAC

Although only making up a small proportion of Australia’s overall beer production, craft beer is a rapidly growing category within the Australian beverage market. Companies like Bright Brewery have big ambitions and are fulfilling their aspirations toward producing a more sustainable craft beer that has a lower carbon footprint through the use of solar power.

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