Enphase Grid Services

Around the world, people are adding solar and batteries to their homes to help reduce bills, run their lives on clean energy, and have protection against grid outages. Joined together with thousands of other homes, these products can transform how we power everything.
 

When the grid needs it the most.

Utilities and grid operators are rolling out programs that pay homeowners for their stored solar energy when the grid needs it the most. As a result, they don’t need to turn to the kinds of expensive, polluting power plants that traditionally address peak power demand. Homeowners in return can receive hundreds to thousands of dollars for participation. A stable grid, powered by sustainable energy, and extra money for homeowners — it’s a win-win-win.

Check your region.

Enphase works with utilities and grid operators to make it easy to enroll in these
programs as they become available. The programs take different forms, with different
participation periods and customer compensation opportunities – depending on region,
utility and grid needs. Currently, Enphase battery owners can enroll in programs in the
following locations. Select your state to learn about the specifics of each program.

Connecticut

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Massachusetts

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Rhode Island

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Homeowners enrolled in these programs are still able to use their reserved energy
for backup when the grid is down, and when triggered, Storm Guard always prioritizes
charging the system for maximum backup.

Tools for utilities and aggregators.

Enphase offers advanced software and controls to orchestrate large numbers of distributed energy resources through an integrated, customizable management platform that can be engineered to provide:
  • Robust data management
  • Reporting and analytics
  • Management of system peaks
  • Voltage and frequency support
  • Decreased transmission congestion
  • Deferment or elimination of expensive grid system upgrades

Register to learn more about Enphase’s
Grid Services solutions.

Register here