Enphase Energy Inc., a provider of solar micro-inverter systems, says its micro-inverter technology will power 4.5 MW of solar projects developed and operated by Main Street Power and financed by Morgan Stanley.
The projects will be installed across 36 sites, with system sizes ranging from 30 kW to more than 300 kW. The power generated by the projects will be sold by Main Street to the San Diego Unified School District through a 20-year power purchase agreement.
According to Enphase Energy, these micro-inverters are installed directly under the rooftop solar modules, so they do not require vulnerable, ground-based equipment. In addition, the micro-inverters eliminate DC components, string design and inverter sizing for the system, Enphase notes.
SOURCE: Enphase Energy