We are a Gold Level Installer for Enphase all-in-one battery backup power.

Gold partners have a long track record of installing Enphase products and consistently exhibit great customer experience ratings. Every Gold partner is certified to install Enphase storage products.

Enphase Storage is NEMA 3R rated, so it can keep delivering power even in harsh weather conditions, like rain, sleet, snow, and ice. The intelligent Storm Guard™ feature automatically tracks weather systems to prioritize power backup if an approaching storm is detected.

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Turn power-hungry appliances on and off automatically or manually from the Enphase app to conserve your battery life when running on backup power.

Enphase Storage operates with low-voltage DC power, avoiding the dangers that come with high-voltage DC power. It is smart enough to update itself automatically over the internet to deliver the latest software and new features.

Not all battery technology is created equal. LFP technology is simply safer. Our batteries utilize cobalt-free lithium iron phosphate (LFP) chemistry that outperforms other battery technology at high temperatures, reducing any risk of thermal runaway fires.

Enphase batteries are covered by a 10-year limited warranty.

You can set your Enphase system profile to one of the following three modes:

  • Savings Mode
  • Self-Consumption
  • Full Backup

Savings Mode

The objective of this mode is to avoid using electricity from the grid during peak hours when your electricity cost is higher.

  • During peak hours, your home is powered by the battery as a first choice, solar as the second choice and the grid as the third choice. Any excess solar not used by your home gets exported to the grid.
  • During off-peak hours, your battery charges from the solar to get ready for peak hours. Your home consumption comes from excess solar.
  • Electricity gets imported from the grid when your home needs more power than solar can provide.
  • In this mode, your battery reserves some energy to power your home during an outage. You can change the reserve from the battery settings page.

Use this mode to save on your electricity bill. You can also enable “Energy Independence after peak hours” option to increase your Energy Independence along with Savings.

When the “Energy Independence after peak hours” option is enabled, your batteries will keep on discharging even after peak hours till the charge reaches the reserve level. When disabled, your battery discharges only during peak hours and during outages.

Self-Consumption

The objective of this mode is to minimize the use of electricity from the grid.

  • During the day, your home is powered by solar. Any excess solar charges the battery. Any further excess is exported to the grid.
  • During the night, your home is powered by the battery.
  • Electricity gets imported from the grid when your home needs more power than solar and battery can provide together.
  • In this mode also, your battery reserves some energy to power your home during a grid outage.

Use this mode to increase your Energy Independence from external sources such as the grid.

A system in Self-Consumption mode where the home is powered by solar and excess solar is charging the battery:

Full Backup

The objective of this mode is to maintain full charge in your battery for use during outages.

  • During the day, your battery charges from the solar for use during an outage. Any excess solar provides power to your home. Any further excess is exported to the grid
  • Electricity gets imported from the grid when your home needs more power than solar can provide.
  • During the night, your home uses electricity from the grid.
  • The battery powers your home only during an outage.

Use this mode to maximize your backup hours for use during a grid outage.

A system in Full Back mode where the home is powered by solar and grid electricity. The battery is reserved for outages.