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After touring across North America for two months in an Enphase-branded truck and trailer, the Enphase Sneak Preview Roadshow has returned home to northern California. For those who missed it, the Enphase roadshow team set up shop in 25 cities across the U.S. and Canada to showcase the new M215 Microinverter System, along with free food, giveaways and contests. Visitors had the opportunity to get hands-on experience with the latest Enphase microinverter and it's new cabling system the Engage Cable.

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With over 77,000 attendees from 156 countries and 2,280 exhibitors this year, Intersolar Europe (June 8-10 in Munich, Germany) is the world’s largest gathering of the international solar industry. Having just opened our European offices last March, Enphase was on hand to display our next generation microinverters and take part with all of the other leading solar companies showcasing their latest solar technologies.

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At sites all across North America, from Hawaii to Ontario, Canada, installers have test-driven the new M215s and Engage Cable in both residential and commercial installations. The enthusiasm these first installers shared with us about the new product was very encouraging and gratifying to the whole Enphase team. To share their enthusiasm with you, we headed out to some of these first M215 installations and caught up with our installer partners to capture their reactions to Enphase's latest innovations.

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Located in Glendale, Arizona, this is a prime residential system. The innovative architecture design of the home is accentuated by having the most advanced solar technology in the world.

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Bob Smith from SolarCraft tells us about installing Enphase on the Police Department in Sonoma, California. If you want to learn more about SolarCraft’s services, visit www.solarcraft.com.

Enphase: Tell us about yourself and your company.

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More than 16 Enphase team members recently volunteered on a GRID Alternatives Solar Affordable Housing Program project to install solar panels on a home in Vallejo, California. If you haven’t heard of GRID Alternatives, it’s a nonprofit solar contractor that installs solar electric systems for qualifying low-income homeowners.

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Every now and then it’s satisfying to step back, breathe in, and take a moment to appreciate the progress that’s being made bit-by-bit, day-by-day, one microinverter at a time. Earth Day is one of those times.

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