Installers: Sign up to be part of the Enphase Upgrade Program
Let us know if you'd like to participate in the program using the form below. After signing up for an option, an Enphase team member will reach out to you about next steps.
Learn more about the program
Join a Q&A Session
Looking for more information about the Enphase Upgrade Program? We've scheduled four Q&A sessions, where you can ask an Enphase team member any questions you have.
- Tue, Sept. 11 @ 6am PT / 9am ET | RSVP
- Wed, Sept. 12 @ 3pm PT / 6pm ET | RSVP
- Mon, Sept. 17 @ 3pm PT / 6pm ET | RSVP
- Tue, Sept. 18 @ 6am PT / 9am ET | RSVP
What legacy microinverters qualify for the Enphase Upgrade Program?
The Enphase M190, M210, D380 and M175 microinverters are considered legacy microinverters that qualify for the Enphase Upgrade Program.
What are the terms of the warranty and service agreement?
New Enphase products are covered by our industry-leading 25-year warranty, as well as a two-year service agreement, which covers any installation costs incurred for replacement of warrantied microinverters, should any microinverters fail within the first two years from your purchase date.
Do I need to upgrade my entire system at once or can I upgrade one microinverter at a time?
The Enphase Upgrade Program is being offered for a limited time for legacy system owners, and availability of the program and product is limited. In order to be eligible for the discounted cost, all of the system’s legacy microinverters must be upgraded at one time.
Will Enphase stop servicing legacy microinverters in case of failure?
No, Enphase will continue to honor the 15-year product warranty on all of its legacy microinverters. For more information about the Enphase warranty, go here.
What happens to old equipment?
Should you choose to participate in the upgrade program, we ask that you handle the removal of all old equipment, working with local facilities to ensure that components are recycled appropriately.
If I participate in the upgrade, will I need to get new permits for legacy systems?
For Option 1 - Microinverter Upgrade, the IQ 7 microinverter will be adjusted to meet original permit requirements so that new permits should not be required. For the other program options, new permits will need to be secured, as with any new solar system installation.
What if system owners don’t want to participate in the program?
Should system owners choose not to participate in the program, nothing about their system or its warranty changes. Everything will stay the same throughout the remainder of the products' original 15-year warranty.