Enphase Energy’s microinverter system is helping to power a 600kW solar farm near Delavan, Wisconsin. Developed by Convergence Energy, the solar installation sits on a 14 acre site and is the first in the state that allows qualified individuals to own part of the solar farm. The site holds 99 dual axis trackers, using almost 2,000 Enphase microinverters and is said to be the second largest installation in Wisconsin.
Helios Solar Works supplied solar modules for the trackers, which were sourced from OPEL Solar and DEGERenergie. Additionally, Enphase’s web-based monitoring and analysis software, Enlighten, is used to allow the networked solar project to operate with multiple systems and investors at the site.
“Our customers are installing Enphase microinverters in applications ranging from rooftops to trackers to carports, and, like Convergence Energy, they are using our technology as a platform to deliver new and innovative solar solutions,” said Paul Nahi, CEO of Enphase Energy. “This 660kW solar farm marks one the largest Enphase system currently in operation in the United States.”