A Maturing Solar Market Ripens Toward String Inverters, but With Central Architecture

By [email protected] Until very recently, the vital ingredient to launch and grow a market for solar energy in the United States has been the same: government support.

Few people know that better than Allan Gregg, CTO of inverter manufacturer Sungrow USA. “I’ve been doing this for 37 years, and for all of that time it has always been the belief that solar power can’t be competitive with conventionally generated power,” said Gregg. “It has required heavy state and federal subsidies just to survive.”

That is no longer the case. It took 40 years for the U.S. to reach one million solar installations in 2016,

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