Enphase, leading manufacturer of microinverters for solar energy systems, recently changed their website to a fresh new look. Since the beginning of the microinverter revolution, Enphase has maintained a list of “Reference Systems” that show system monitoring for system owners who have allowed public access. The Reference System page has a cool zoom-enabled mapping feature that shows system throughout the world.
Southwest Florida has many Enphase systems installed. We have installed systems in Naples, Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Port Charlotte, Punta Gorda, Sanibel, Rotonda, Bonita Springs, Estero, Alva, Lehigh Acres, Pine Island, and beyond! Sarasota and Tampa are also hotbeds of Enphase based solar electric systems according to the map.
There are hundreds of systems in the sunny places like the Virgin Islands and Hawaii with over 20,000 Enphase systems, but solar energy systems are not limited to the sunniest places on earth. There is a system as far north as Inuvik in Canada’s Northwest Territories at the Western Arctic Research Center (ARI), and even a few systems in my gloomy-weathered hometown of Winnipeg.
Enphase has made big waves in Hawaii and the rest of the the United States, and we are proud to be an experienced installer of microinverter systems. The monitoring system is one of the key features of a microinverter system. Being able to see real time, historical, and time-lapse energy production data and troubleshooting issues remotely makes these systems stand out in the solar energy world.