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UK Solar provider Euro Energy selects Enphase Energy as tech partner
by Staff Writers
Milton Keynes, UK (SPX) Aug 01, 2015

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Enphase Energy has been chosen by Euro Energy Services, a major U.K. solar energy firm, as the primary inverter technology partner for its solar photovoltaics projects. A former user of other solar energy conversion technologies, Euro Energy Services switched to Enphase's groundbreaking technology solutions because of the numerous advantages that Enphase systems provide over other competing technologies.

"Having tried other solar technologies, Enphase Energy is without a doubt the most reliable and suitable inverter technology partner for our projects," said Paul Maguire, managing director at Euro Energy Services. "Enphase's microinverter system offers a number of advantages over traditional and hybrid DC technologies, such as higher energy productivity yields, field-proven reliability, seamless design flexibility, and ease of installation."

The partnership between Enphase and Euro Energy Services has already brought Enphase software-defined microinverter systems to more than 500 U.K. homes and businesses, representing more than 1.75 MW of installed PV capacity.

"Euro Energy Services' extensive field expertise and know-how has made them a strong and solid force in the U.K. solar industry," said Simon Baggaley, sales director, U.K. Enphase Energy. "We are extremely proud that Euro Energy Services has selected Enphase as its technology partner of choice based on the high quality standards of our microinverter systems."

Euro Energy Services' Maguire praised Enphase's in-country team for its excellent on-demand customer support, field application engineering and product training. "The Enphase team provides an unmatched customer experience. There is no compromise on quality for either the product or the service. It's first class," he added.

Founded in 2010, Euro Energy Services' specialist renewable energy division has grown from a small operation serving Yorkshire to a nationwide company with installations across the United Kingdom.

They have installed more than 5,000 solar PV systems, comprising over 17.5 megawatts (MW) of capacity. A major player in the U.K. solar market, Euro Energy Services has begun to invest heavily in operations and maintenance services, bringing in accredited engineers, energy experts, surveyors and installers to accelerate the expansion of on-site technical support and bolster its highly regarded customer service operations.

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