Inverter manufacturer Enphase Energy has entered into an agreement with general contractor North State Solar Energy, under which North State Solar Energy will be an exclusive installers of Enphase's American Pride microinverters in commercial and residential PV installations in Northern and Central California.
North State Solar Energy, which specialises in solar-electric installations in the residential, commercial and agricultural markets, has been involved in the construction of over 200 PV installations. The corporation recently unveiled a 535kW PV project in Artois, California that features the greatest number of Enphase’s M250 Microinverters installed at a single site.
Paul Nahi, CEO of Enphase Energy, said: “We are proud to support North State Solar Energy in their distinct approach to solar in agricultural counties in California, where they place the utmost value on American businesses. As an American solar success story ourselves, Enphase commends North State for its commitment to local economies and community job preservation.”
As part of the American Pride Partner deal, Enphase microinverters that will be used by North State Solar Energy will be built in Milpitas, California by manufacturing company Flextronics.