SunLink Corporation and Enphase Energy unveiled a special “Commercial PV FlexBundle” promotion for commercial PV installers. U.S. and Canadian customers who purchase SunLink’s Precision-Modular RMS with either Enphase’s C250 or M250 microinverters between December 1, 2014 and September 30, 2015 will receive a $4-per-module rebate for commercial projects of at least 75 kW.
Precision-Modular RMS is the newest addition to SunLink’s aluminum Precision RMS solar racking family. In addition to its layout flexibility, Precision-Modular is priced to offer the commercial PV industry more than 30% in cost savings over SunLink’s legacy systems.
Enphase’s new C250 Microinverter system is specifically designed and built for medium and large commercial projects. Leveraging Enphase’s microinverter technology, the C250 system offers a higher voltage range than previously available systems. The system supports three-phase 480Vac installations for both 60- and 72-cell PV modules, delivering optimal performance for larger commercial projects and lower levelized cost of energy (LCOE) than competing inverters.
“SunLink and Enphase share a commitment to quality and service, and as such we’re excited to combine our modular design with Enphase’s microinverter systems to offer a value-driven solution that not only dramatically simplifies installation but also offers maximum flexibility for our customers,” says SunLink Vice President of Product Management, Yury Reznikov.
Jeff Loebakka, senior vice president of global sales, marketing and support at Enphase, added, “Both Enphase and SunLink are evolving products to meet this rapidly changing market and the demanding needs of installers, developers and PV system owners who are looking for flexibility, installation efficiency and low lifetime system costs.”
Customers who purchase the Commercial PV FlexBundle will receive SunLink layouts featuring Enphase microinverter location specifications, as well as installation guidance and dedicated project management. Rebates will be issued once customers have purchased systems from both companies and the system has been activated within Enphase’s Enlighten monitoring software – a tool that enables remote monitoring and effective management of multiple Enphase systems, and eliminates the need for separate monitoring technology.