The enphase setup certainly complicates things. One of the downsides of micro inverters.Hi team. I have a 23 Lightning and very recently received the pro charger. I have a question about what the current state of things are in terms of getting the 10kw inverter from Sunrun or the other vendor I always see mentioned.
I have a 14.5kw solar pv system from Enphase. 43 inverters and panels. My home has a 150amp main service panel. If the pro station is installed, it'll be within 9 feet of the main panel
Sunrun quoted me pre-inspection at 9k+, but I understand they likely won't want to touch my system since I have panels already.
I'm in the state of FL, so what could I reasonably expect a electrician to charge for materials and labor?
Since I have panels already and no batteries, is it recommended to install the HIS? Or Given my scenario, would it make more sense, to invest in a powerwall or two?
Please and thanks
I think you could potentially install the HIS to the same panel enphase feeds to allow solar to feed house during the day during an outage, with truck feeding house at night, but this would not be a beginner level course and sunrun likely wouldn't want any part of it.
Given your setup, you might be better off reaching out to your solar provider to price out a battery system.