We at Solar 2020 love Enphase Micro-Inverters

Enphase micro-inverter products have been installed for close to a decade in Australia and provide a reliable inverter solution, especially with systems that have panels face in different directions, or systems that might face shade issues in the early or late parts of the day via nearby trees or buildings.

Solar 2020 has found that Enphase micro-inverters deliver higher performance, streamlined design, and an industry-leading quality.

Enphase micro-inverters operate independently and in specific installation situations can generate more energy and greater cost savings than string inverters. They have been designed for faster, simpler installations and can be used in residential and commercial systems.

Your Enphase micro-inverters use the “Enlighten” software which gives you complete monitoring capability. It’s smart home energy technology that empowers you to reduce your energy bills and help protect our planet.


Enphase Envoy

The Envoy connects each microinverter in your system to the internet, delivering real-time data to your fingertips.

The networking hub of the Enphase system connects each microinverter to Enlighten monitoring software.

  • Plug-and-play for easy installation
  • Simple set-up with multiple ways to connect to the internet
  • Integrates with smart energy devices

Enphase Enlighten and Apps

Enphase Enlighten makes energy smarter, with in-depth insights for system owners and installers.

  • Enlighten Manager brings installers in-depth data for convenient fleet management
  • MyEnlighten lets system owners track system health and share their production
  • Installer Toolkit speeds up installations without compromising quality

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