- A global energy technology company has unveiled its battery and microinverter solutions in India.
- The company has more than 350 installation partners who sell and install its products.
Solar adoptionincreased as the Indian government took initiatives to promote solar energy.
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“We plan to provide a complete home energy solution to Indian homeowners and will soon introduce grid-independent microinverters and storage solutions in India,” said
It has deployed the IQ 5P battery and its latest IQ7A and IQ8H microinverters in
The IQ battery aids home energy systems and assists customers seeking energy independence. The IQ7A microinverter is an easy to install, efficient and reliable microinverter that is already used in many homes in India. The new IQ8 microinverter variant supports the latest higher current PV modules and other cell architectures.
The company claims that these inverters are scalable with the ability to form a microgrid for complete energy independence.
The Indian government has taken initiatives to promote renewable energy; and has set itself the goal of meeting 50% of its energy needs from renewable sources by 2030.
“Advancements in technology have played a huge role in the growth of rooftop solar in India and through events like the REI Expo, companies like Enphase are able to showcase their innovative solutions and take the lead. 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 past five years. Enphase said it has more than 350 installation partners selling and installing its products.
The company also claims to have shipped more than 48 million microinverters and deployed more than 2.5 million systems in more than 140 countries.
The company has also achieved a major milestone by shipping 5 million microinverters to global markets from its Chennai-based manufacturing facility (in partnership with Salcom).
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