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Wisconsin — Generac announced the introduction of Generac PWRmicros, solar microinverter solutions that allow homeowners to take advantage of the full potential output of their solar array.

Introduced are the Generac PWRmicro 2:1 – a dual-module, 720W microinverter – and the Generac PWRmicro 1:1 – a single-module microinverter.

The PWRmicro 2:1 has greater power ratings than many competing products and enables newer and significantly higher-powered solar modules. Furthermore, the units can be used without “clipping” array output, which leaves valuable energy production on the table.

Generac PWRmicros will be available to order and ship in early 2022.

“Generac is building a supermarket of solar technology, expanding our product line to give installers all the tools necessary to build the right system for their customers,” said Russ Minick, president of Energy Technology and chief marketing officer at Generac. “Generac is proud to be the go-to, one-stop-shop for the modern solar professional.”

Generac says its PWRmicros are designed to provide solar installers with a fast and simplified installation process, relative to the installation of other solar systems on the market. Because the PWRmicro 2:1 controls two PV modules at once, installers can install half the number of devices to control the same size array, providing a significant time savings.

Integrated grounding and modular bus cabling further reduces installation time and simplifies wiring. Additionally, these two models of microinverter are compatible, which means that installers can mix and match PWRmicro 1:1 and PWRmicro 2:1 devices for ultimate design flexibility to cover any roof.

Derick Lila
Derick is a Clark University graduate—and Fulbright alumni with a Master's Degree in Environmental Science, and Policy. He has 8+ years of solar industry research, marketing, and content strategy experience.

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