Enphase Energy Inc., a global energy technology company and supplier of solar microinverters, says Sunergy Solar, a residential solar company, is now using Enphase Energy products to install residential solar.
Sunergy Solar has served residential solar customers in Florida since 2005 and recently expanded its operations into Arkansas and Texas. To provide its customers with the best possible support and service, Sunergy Solar has integrated the per-panel monitoring data provided through the Enlighten monitoring and service platform with the company’s customer relationship management (CRM) system.
“Enphase products allow us to design and install advanced, high-quality solar systems quickly and make it possible to leverage in-depth remote performance monitoring to maintain long-term customer relationships,” says Luke Guy, CEO of sales and operations at Sunergy Solar. “It is also very easy to do business with Enphase, and the team there provides outstanding support, both of which are essential to us as we continue to grow our business.”
The next generation of Enphase storage products, powered by Enphase Ensemble energy management technology, are the Enphase Encharge 3 and Encharge 10 storage system, which will offer a usable and scalable capacity of 3.4 kWh and 10.1 kWh, respectively. These storage systems feature Enphase embedded grid-forming microinverters that enable Always-On functionality and will be compatible with both new and existing Enphase IQ solar systems with IQ 6 or IQ 7 microinverters to provide a simple upgrade path for existing Enphase solar customers.
“To ensure that installers like Sunergy Solar have the best possible customer experience, Enphase produces highly reliable and easy-to-install home energy products and provides support quickly when needed. We thank the Sunergy Solar team for putting their trust in Enphase and look forward to supporting the company’s growth,” adds ave Ranhoff, CCO at Enphase Energy.
To find out more about going solar with Sunergy Solar, please visit the Sunergy Solar website, and learn more about all-in-one smart energy systems from Enphase here.
Photo: A residential Sunergy installation
Is anyone still installing systems WITHOUT enphase?