WINAICO partners with Springers Solar and Enphase Energy to bring solar solutions to new real estate development in Queensland

WINAICO partners with Springers Solar and Enphase Energy to install world-leading 310W monocrystalline PERC modules on the sales office of the newest North Harbour residential development in Burpengary, Queensland, Australia. This presents an opportunity to add the latest Enphase and WINAICO technologies on up to 2200 new residential homes.

WINAICO, Taiwan's largest PV module brand, has worked with experienced solar provider, Springers Solar, and the leading microinverter provider, Enphase Energy, to build a demonstration installation on the sales office of the latest North Harbour residential development in Burpengary, Queensland, Australia. The installation combines the most efficient, 310W monocrystalline PERC modules from WINAICO, and the innovative microinverter technology from Enphase to present the buyers with an opportunity to add solar solutions to their new homes.


Northern Suburbs of Brisbane, Queensland, is an extremely fast growing region just north of Brisbane. Within the area, North Harbour is one of the largest and most innovative real estate developments, with 2200 residential blocks to be built in the near future. WINAICO's collaboration with Springers Solar and Enphase has prewired the system with Enphase's energy storage, allowing new home owners to include the latest renewable technologies with their sustainable lifestyles.

"Springers Solar has been providing quality solar solutions for more than 10 years", said Blair Pester, Sales Director of WINAICO Australia. "Springers Solar continues to innovate by combining the highest efficiency 310W WINAICO solar modules with the latest Enphase Energy microinverter solutions to provide new home owners with the best and most reliable solar solutions on the market."

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