Enphase Energy unveils solar battery and microinverters for residential use
- Global energy technology company unveiled its battery and microinveter solutions in India.
- The company has over 350 installer partners selling and installing its products.
Solar adoptionhas been increasing as the Indian government has been taking initiatives to promote solar energy.
“We plan to move towards providing a complete home energy solution to Indian homeowners and will soon introduce grid agnostic microinverters and storage solutions in India,” said
It rolled out IQ battery 5P and its latest microinverters IQ7A and IQ8H at the
The IQ battery aids home energy systems and supports customers looking for energy independence. The IQ7A microinverter is an easy-to-install, efficient and reliable microinverter that’s already being used in many homes in India. The new variant IQ8 microinverter supports the latest higher-current PV modules and other cell architectures.
The company claims that these inverters are future-proof with the ability to form a micro-grid for full energy independence.
The Indian government has been taking initiatives to promote renewable energy; and set a target to procure 50% of its energy requirements from renewable sources by 2030.
“Technological advancements have played a huge role in driving the growth of rooftop solar in India and through events such as the REI Expo, companies like Enphase are able to showcase its innovative solutions and get a pulse of the solar industry,” the company said in a statement.
Over thousands of PV systems with its technology have been installed across the country in the last five years. Enphase said that it has over 350 installer partners selling and installing its products.
The company also claims that it shipped more than 48 million microinverters, and deployed over 2.5 million systems in more than 140 countries.
The company also reached a milestone of shipping 5 million microinverters to global markets from its Chennai-based manufacturing facility (in partnership with Salcom).
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