Solar Energy USA Crosses 1 GW Solar Output Mark

Solar Energy USA today announced the achievement of producing over 1 gigawatt (GW) worth of solar power from their grid-tied Enphase microinverter-based photovoltaic systems. 1 GW of solar can power up to 750,000 average America

Solar Energy USA today announced the achievement of producing over 1 gigawatt (GW) worth of solar power from their grid-tied Enphase microinverter-based photovoltaic systems.


1 GW is equivalent to 1,000 megawatts (MW) or 1,000,000 kilowatts (kW). 1 GW of solar can power up to 750,000 average American homes.

According to company spokesman Michael Chance, "The microinverter system has proved its value with respect to residential solar panel installations, helping our customers maximize their power output and return on investment. The average performance of PV systems using Enphase microinverters significantly exceeds many PVWatts performance estimates compared to conventional string or gang inverter technology. It is likely that factors such as module-level MPPT, high efficiency during low-light levels, and high system reliability are driving the performance advantages of Enphase microinverter-based installations."

About Solar Energy USA

Solar Energy USA is a renewable energy company that specializes in solar powered energy solutions including photovoltaic solar panel systems, solar thermal systems, solar attic ventilation, and energy efficient commercial T5 lighting. Solar Energy USA is committed to affordable solar solutions for both businesses and residential homeowners and is backed by a network of engineers and installers across the US which gives them collective data and information of new developments in the solar industry. www.solarenergy-usa.com

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