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Here’s what we’re working on and thinking about at Enphase.
People supporting the Solar Bill of Rights at the California State Capitol

New bipartisan legislation has been officially introduced at the California State Capital, with the goal of helping homeowners protect their right to generate their own energy.

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Encare Image

We have some exciting news to share with our installer partners. We will soon be launching Encare - a service subscription portal.

Our goal is to enable simple, on-demand access to the services our customers want, at the click of a mouse.

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EuPD Award

For the third consecutive year, Enphase was awarded EuPD Research's Top PV Brand 2019 seal of approval in Europe, including the Netherlands, Belgium, France, and the UK.  

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Enlighten Mobile app displayed on an iPhone screen

Our new mobile app is officially here. Now you can check on your system's status on-the-go, see your household's energy usage, and more.

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In this day and age, to differentiate your business and provide the best customer experience, it is no longer enough to simply install a traditional solar system. Homeowners are clamoring for smart energy solutions where they can gain more visibility into their PV production and energy usage.

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Residential construction site with sun and sky in background

California's Rooftop Solar Mandate has been officially approved by the California Building Standards Commission, making it the first of its kind in the U.S.

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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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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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