We recommend the Enphase products. Their range of microinverters, as their industry leading technology helps make solar energy systems more reliable and more productive. Ideal for both residential and commercial use, the Enphase microinverters are highly efficient. The technology allows for energy production, even in low-light or shady conditions. Watch the video below to see why we love this product so much, then get in touch with us to discuss your requirements.
No single point of failure with Enphase Products.
If a system with a central inverter fails, solar production stops completely. With one microinverter per module, solar production keeps working even if a microinverter fails.
Maximum power per module.
Whether it’s a leaf, dirt, snow or a cloudy day — obstructions happen.
With microinverters, each solar panel operates independently, while central inverters limit their production to the weakest module.
A bright idea, even in low light.
Every Enphase Solar system is covered by an industry-leading 25-year warranty.
Enphase Solar is inherently safer because it operates at the same low-voltage AC power as your home. Our systems never contain high-voltage DC power.
Reliability: There are 1,999 reasons why you can rely on Enphase.
Unlike most manufacturers, Enphase publishes their failure rate, which is just 0.05%* This means that of 2,000 microinverters, only 1 needs to be replaced every year. So that really is 1,999 good reasons to opt for Enphase. And even when a problem does occur, you are always on the safe side the our 25-year warranty.
*Applies for Enphase IQ series microinverters, as of May 2020
Enphase App and Cloud to monitor and manage your power.
- Track grid imports and exports
- Monitor panel-level production
- Review system health and performance
For more information on how you can utilise Enphase products, including their microinverters in your solar energy installation, contact us now. We can run you through your options, then a arrange a survey and give you a quote for your solar panel energy system installation in Medway, Kent or elsewhere in the south east.