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Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers joins a $63 million round for Enphase Energy, which makes microinverters that do DC-to-AC power conversion on individual solar panels.
Like the microcomputer--also known as the PC--shook up computing, microinverters will make solar more widespread, says start-up.
Enphase Energy releases its microinverter system that converts DC to AC electricity on the panel, making it easier to monitor performance.
Microinverter maker Enphase Energy introduces a wireless thermostat that lets people track solar panel production and manage home heating and cooling from a PC or smart phone.
High-efficiency solar-cell manufacturer launches a new line of silicon panels so that the electricity generated from solar can be converted from DC to AC at the source.
A do-it-yourself kit for installing a handful of solar panels lets people dip their toes into grid-tied solar power.
Solar power can be a pricey project for your house, but tech advances are making it possible to fit just a few panels in a tight space, bringing upfront costs down.
Start-up Enphase Energy raises money to expand the manufacture of microinverters, a decentralized design where each solar panel puts out household current.
GreenRay Solar gets funding to finish work on a solar panel that puts out household alternating current, which makes installation simpler and improves reliability.
Tigo Energy raises money from electronics manufacturer while chipmakers STMicroelectronics and National Semi expand with power electronics to maximize output of solar panels.