Microinverters are steadily making an entrance into India’s rooftop solar market as project owners demand better quality, greater efficiency and more reliable solar generation. Find out about the benefits of microinverter systems, why microinverter technologies are more reliable, how simple and safe the technology is and what makes microinverters easier to manage.
From 20-22 September 2017 at the Renewable Energy India Expo, Enphase Energy will present a series of specially designed masterclasses that are complimentary for all delegates.
These masterclasses are designed as a knowledge base for installers, owners and EPCs looking to get technical insights into how microinverters operate and what are the best ways to install and manage them. Get up to speed on industry innovations behind microinverter technologies, pick up on new market trends and installation applications. Delegates will also learn to craft and deliver a value proposition to sell microinverters.
The microinverter masterclass is free to delegates. However, you will need to pre-register on the Renewable Energy India website.
20 September (11am to 12:30pm): Benefits of microinverter systems
Understand the key benefits associated with microinverter systems. Learn how microinverters are more beneficial over traditional technologies and explore how microinverter systems can be used to improve the performance of individual solar modules.
20 September (3:30pm to 5pm): Reliability of microinverter systems
Step into an industry perspective on how microinverters have evolved over the last ten years and how the technology can be used to overcome design constraints and generation expectations for rooftop solar systems. Learn why microinverters have established their reputation in the global marketplace as a proven technology.
21 September (11am to 12:30pm): Ease of installing microinverter systems
Find out why microinverters are simpler to install and how the technology works with different arrays and site limitations. Learn how the Australian market uses microinverters to mitigate regulations and rules.
21 September (3:30pm to 5pm): Safer solar installations with microinverter systems
What makes microinverter systems safer for system owners and installers? Find out why microinverter systems stand up against DC solar installations and the advantages of using AC over DC installations. Get an overview on the safety aspects associated with the design of microinverter systems.
22 September (11am to 12:30pm): Using monitoring to microinverter systems
Understand the value of module level monitoring that only microinverters (MLPE) can provide. Learn how you can identify site issues at a module level. Learn to remotely assess and manage a system offsite.
22 September (3:30pm to 5pm): Customising the value proposition of microinverter systems for the Indian market
Discover why microinverters are suited for India and how you can create a value proposition for microinverters by addressing the concerns of solar installers, EPC and financial institutions.
Meet your masterclass expert
Enphase Energy, Asia Pacific Product Trainer & Field Applications Engineer
As a Clean Energy Council-accredited solar designer installer, and active member of the industry for over 12 years, Duncan brings a wealth of knowledge to his role as Enphase Energy Product Trainer and Field Applications Engineer for the Asia-Pacific region. Based in Melbourne, Duncan’s experience spans both large and small scale solar, on and off grid battery storage systems. He has also provided specialist consultancy on projects in Timor, Papua New Guinea, South Pacific, Australia and New Zealand. Duncan holds a Certificate III in Renewable Energy Systems, Practices & Design.
Enphase Energy is a global energy technology company that delivers smart, easy-to-use solutions that connect solar generation, storage and management on one intelligent platform.
The Company revolutionised solar with its microinverter technology and produces the world's only truly integrated solar plus storage solution. To date, Enphase has shipped approximately 14 million microinverters, and more than 620,000 Enphase systems have been deployed in more than 100 countries.