Enphase Energy and Puerto Rico’s New Energy Consultants have entered into a partnership for solar energy installations on residential and commercial customers in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean markets.
The partnership demands installation of Enphase Microinverter Systems in 100 percent of residential systems deployed by New Energy in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean.
Local distributor Warren del Caribe, a Sonepar company, will be logistics provider.
Company wanted to align and work together with the world leader in microinverter technology. The Enphase system offers greater productivity and efficiency in renewable energy equipment, a solid warranty, easy installation and lower overall cost of ownership, said, Vale Aldamuy, president, New Energy.
As a dynamic and fast-growing company in the region, New Energy has been a visionary in leading the early adoption of AC solar in Puerto Rico and championing the Enphase Microinverter System for several years, said Jeff Loebbaka, senior vice president of sales, marketing and support, Enphase.
Enphase’s microinverter system is beneficial in the Caribbean region because it is compatible with multiple grid types and parameters that would prove challenging for any other single microinverter, said, Kris Koch, business development manager, Warren del Caribe.
The Enphase Microinverter System provides high efficiency and scalability to growing solar companies due to its modularity, simplicity of installation, advanced monitoring and remote diagnostics.
Installers of the Caribbean recognize the importance of working with a single microinverter SKU and Warren de Caribe can lower their operating costs because of simplified logistics and inventory management.