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Enphase Energy, Inc. (NASDAQ: ENPH), today announced a new commercial solar initiative to help fuel the momentum of commercial solar and equip installers with a full solution to meet demand for commercial solar projects. The new program includes an expanded
Commercial Solution, a “
Limitless” program that offers cash rewards for using the
Enphase® Microinverter System in commercial projects and partnership benefits that support installers in the growth of their business.
“Commercial solar projects are becoming more widespread and Enphase offers commercial installers a technology solution with a modular architecture, integrated intelligence, lower levelized cost of energy (LCOE) and increased project profitability,” said Bill Rossi, Chief Marketing Officer of Enphase Energy. “We’ve strengthened our commercial offering by developing new installer tools to complement the
Enphase® Microinverter System, plus created a new rewards program designed to help drive the growth of our customers’ business.”
The Enphase Commercial Solution
Enphase has introduced a full solution for commercial installers designed for faster installation, reduced system design costs and lower levelized cost of energy (LCOE) that can increase the size of solar installation businesses.
Commercial Solution consists of:
More than 1,000 solar installers partner with Enphase on commercial projects at locations ranging from educational institutions, retail buildings, housing complexes and sports stadiums. Busch Stadium, home of the St. Louis Cardinals in St. Louis, Missouri now features a 26kW system with 110
Enphase M215 microinverters, installed by Microgrid Solar.
“We chose to install Enphase microinverters to overcome a variety of design challenges—including varying azimuths, panel tilts of zero, ten and 33 degrees and varying module power capacities and shading from 11 flapping Major League Baseball World Series flags,” said Marc Lopata, president of Microgrid Solar. “With the high number of spectators in the area during baseball games, concerts and other events, limiting high voltage DC was a key safety component.”