28 Apr '12, 1am

Micro-Inverters: Better Than Conventional String Inverters?

It depends. String inverters can have an efficiency-rate of as high as 95%. This is under ideal conditions. Efficiency takes a significantly hit as soon as one of the solar panels starts underperforming – whether its from shading or technical issues. If you suspect that a solar array for your house would have high chances of any kind of coverage, micro-inverters should be seriously considered. On the other hand, if coverage is not an issue, string inverters can be the cheaper way to go.

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