Enecsys appoints Paul Garrity to steer solar PV micro-inverter development

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Paul Garrity has been named as Enecsys’s head of advanced solar PV micro-inverter development. Joining the company from his former role as VP of engineering and advanced product development at FlexPower (a subsidiary of Flextronics International), Garrity brings over 20 years of power electronics experience to this post.

“Paul Garrity has an outstanding track record in cost-effective power conversion design, development and manufacturing,” commented Paul Engle (pictured), Enecsys’s CEO. “He will be of great value as we ramp-up production and develop new product offerings. A growing recognition of the economic and technical benefits of micro-inverter architecture has resulted in demand outstripping supply today. Garrity’s skills will help us accelerate manufacturing and product development to meet this demand.”

Garrity successfully transferred over 90 projects into production during his tenure at some major OEM and electronic manufacturing services companies, and his interest in power conversion technology led him to file 12 patents to date. He has B.Sc. and B.Eng. (Hons.) degrees in electrical and electronic engineering from Bell College of Technology in Hamilton, Scotland and Napier University, Edinburgh, Scotland.

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