At Your Energy Solutions, we want our customers to understand their system and have full access to their production data. We support panel level monitoring for Enphase and SolarEdge systems.
When your solar system is producing more power than you are using, your meter literally spins backwards. The extra power goes to the grid, powering other buildings.
Two neighbors can get solar systems with identical equipment installed. However, how much actual electricity their respective systems produce can differ. As an example, we recently installed rooftop solar systems for two neighbors in Pleasanton, California. They purchased identical equipment, consisting of: LG 365-watt DC rated solar panels Enphase IQ7+ Microinverters We will refer to
Choosing the right inverter for your solar system is just as important as choosing the right solar panels. Enphase and SolarEdge are both established players and are two of the top inverter brands. When Googling “Enphase vs SolarEdge”, there are fans for both technologies, with each camp advocating their choice of technology is better. At
Solar install in San Ramon, California. This system consists of 25 Mitsubishi 270 watt panels and uses Enphase microinverters. We estimate this system to produce 9412 kilowatts in its first year, completely offsetting their electric usage. And so far, actual production is exceeding our projections by over 20%. With Enphase microinverters, there is no single