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Project Focus: Hawaii Energy Connection completes 300th Enphase solar installation

Hawaii Energy Connection (HEC) has now completed its 300th solar electric installation using Enphase Microinverters. HEC is currently responsible for approximately 50% of all residential photovoltaic installations in Hawaii over the past two years.

"We founded HEC to prove that solar could -- and should -- be simple, easy and cost-effective to implement," said Steve Godmere, co-founder, HEC. "We quickly realized that a solar kit was the best way to achieve this goal."

"We were lucky to have launched our company around the same time that Enphase released its microinverter technology," said Chris DeBone, co-founder, HEC. "We immediately recognized that this technology would make it easier to design and install systems, while also boosting their performance."

"HEC's rapid growth is a great example of how Enphase Microinverters are fundamentally changing the solar industry," said Raghu Belur, co-founder and vice president of marketing, Enphase Energy. "Enphase technology enables a whole new set of solar solutions that help system integrators expand their businesses."

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