US-based supplier of micro-inverters Enphase Energy has announced to partner with Australia’s largest solar energy providers, Solargain on Thursday to expand its footprint in the continent.
The partnership involves Enphase Energy selecting Solargain’s turnkey solar systems as its premier inverter solution in Australia.
Headquartered in Perth, Australia- Solargain has more than 70,000 solar installations all over the country, serving for two decades and earning a reputation for providing quality solar power in Australia. Solargain was also selected by IKEA as its Australian partner from its online store. Solstråle (which translates to Sunbeam) the online solar offering by IKEA, made in collaboration with Solargain to provide Australian homes solar panels.
According to the manufacturer, the integration of its Enphase IQ 7+ micro-inverters into Solargain-IKEA offering will connect each system to the Enphase Enlighten monitoring platform enabling ease of maintenance and better per-panel energy monitoring.
With over 1.2 million Enphase systems and more than 28 million micro-inverters, the manufacturer has deployed its solar panels in about 130 countries. In a statement, chief commercial officer at Enphase Energy, Dave Ranhoff said that with the evolution of the energy landscape, businesses like Solargain will pave new ways to deliver a better customer experience and enable homeowners to invest in solar energy.