Has the micro-inverter revolution begun?

About 10 per cent of inverters sold in Australia are micro inverters compared to 40 per cent in California. The likely switch to AC solar modules brings benefits, but won't be a silver bullet.

A glance through recent solar trade publications reveals a proliferation of advertisements from micro inverter suppliers. Micro inverters, which are embedded into PV modules or, directly adjacent on the roof top are clearly gaining popularity, but has an AC photovoltaics revolution begun, or is this just hype?


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