Located in Dahlonega, Georgia this is Solar Energy USA's first commercial solar install, one of the largest in northern Georgia. The 36.1kW system is comprised of 230W Mage modules matched up with the Enphase Energy's latest microinverter, the M215.
Enphase is honored to be the inaugural inverter sponsor of the 16th annual ASES National Solar Tour, and our customers look forward to welcoming visitors at solar installations across the country that feature the Enphase Microinverter System.
The U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon kicks off today. During this nine-day competition, Team New York, a group of architecture, engineering and communications students from The City College of New York, will be competing with 19 other teams in contests from architecture to energy balance.
We have a winner! Congratulations to Robert Greene of Greene’s Electric, our official winner of Enphase’s Win Your Way to SPI contest! As a result of his stellar submission, Robert has won an all-expense-paid trip from his home of Cromberg, CA to Dallas, TX, on October 18th, where he will join Enphase at Solar Power International 2011.
The charm of the Pacific Northwest rubbed off on us this past month as the Enphase truck headed up North for the next leg in our Next Gen Roadshow tours.
Not only were we treated to the beautiful landscape of Washington and Oregon, but we got the chance to give installers an in-person look at our newly launched M215 Microinverter System.
Everyone knows that solar can help the planet, and many know it can also help their pocketbook, but in either case, the real question is: “how much?”
The amount of energy a solar array produces is at the heart of answering this question.
Win Your Way to Solar Power International in Dallas, Texas, October 18-20, 2011!
Located in Ann Arbor’s Old West Side Historic District, Matt and Kelly Grocoff’s home is America’s oldest and Michigan’s first net-zero energy home, that is, it annually produces more energy than the residents consume. Matt Grocoff, Esq. LEED, is host of Greenovation.TV, contributor to the Environment Report on public radio and is the green renovation expert for Old House Web.
John Bringenberg, CEO of SunTalk Solar, explains how adding solar as a standard offering for new homes is boosting market share for new home builders in the Denver metro area.
Enphase: Tell us about yourself and your company.