solar installation -Part 1 New Jersey PV Solar Installation of a Enphase Energy Micro Inverter Sharp Unirac

March 10, 2012 – 12:25 am

Visit ** www.NJRenewableEnergy.com incentives, rebates and tax credits. There is no better time in the history of New Jersey to install solar on your house. Do not let this opportunity pass you by. Video Rating: 4 / 5

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  1. 19 Responses to “solar installation -Part 1 New Jersey PV Solar Installation of a Enphase Energy Micro Inverter Sharp Unirac”

  2. green homes

    By hamid4222 on Mar 10, 2012

  3. Wonderful.
    GOD bless you, GOD bless America, and “GOD BLESS NEW JERSEY”.

    By NewJerseyStateSong on Mar 10, 2012

  4. Awesome video. You sound kinda like Yankeeprepper!

    By leephysics on Mar 10, 2012

  5. i love your video and would like to show it to some friends today. They do not have internet connection can you provide a copy to me? mdavis@wdcsolar.com
    Thanks
    Mark

    By wdcsolar on Mar 10, 2012

  6. The detail and content in this video is phenomenal! Thank you

    By best333WillC on Mar 10, 2012

  7. @the43k you can still run your rail east/west when landscping your panels(you just have to use more rail)

    By metzfan2k on Mar 10, 2012

  8. @metzfan2k I guess you missed the posts above, I would have much preferred to have placed the modules in portrait style, however, in order to maximize space, our only option was to place them in landscape.

    By the43k on Mar 10, 2012

  9. @the43k shouldnt you be staggering your mounting feet, so your not penetrating a single rafter more then a couple times??

    running your rail north/south obviously doesnt allow that, you could have run your rail east/west(allowing you stagger your mounting feet) with your landscaped panels(you’d just have to use more rail)

    By metzfan2k on Mar 10, 2012

  10. I have x10 in my house, and I’ve concerned about power line collisions with the communication module.

    By dahur on Mar 10, 2012

  11. your video is very informative… i am a homeowner and would like to install like a 5kw system, what part of the process i could do myself, can i do the app of rebate myself? i live in nj and would like to save money.what should i do, buy materials first before app for rebate, or get what and where permits of which… i really want to go green, i have a solar water heater already for the pool, all insights really appreciated, btw i am very much a handyman myself

    By goodviews1 on Mar 10, 2012

  12. Micro inverters have 1 disadvantage. It has been said that all inverters of all types fail at 10%. This would mean that with 30 panels on a roof, that 3 would go bad (usually in the first 6 months, after that they are very reliable). With micro inverters, you need to go back on the roof and pull the inverter and the panel. Maybe even having to pull a number of panels to get to the bad unit. Central inverters can be done on the ground. Replacing is much easier.

    By kennedy7955 on Mar 10, 2012

  13. Great video and info. However, I prefer the Andalay system. The micro inverters are built into the panels- and the rack is as well. It makes the job go much quicker. Also, there can be no warranty issues surrounding the install since the inverters are installed at the factory.

    By kennedy7955 on Mar 10, 2012

  14. You can do them either way. I would recommend the other direction if and when possible. However, here we are very limited on space, we could get more panels in landscape style, so we opted for running them parallel to the rafters.

    By the43k on Mar 10, 2012

  15. Why are the mounting racks vertical? Most installation I see have the the mounting racks installed horizontally.

    By tnguy81 on Mar 10, 2012

  16. Great video great install

    By OBXSOLWIND on Mar 10, 2012

  17. Where did you purchase the solar items? And how much did everything run in total? system, parts, city permits, ect? Later from sunny FL

    By mrbuki77 on Mar 10, 2012

  18. Bob Villa doesn’t do as good a job with a production crew! Great information and presentation!

    By retiredtfo on Mar 10, 2012

  19. Part 2 is there, either click on the screen after it stops or on related videos to the right or below list in video responses.

    By the43k on Mar 10, 2012

  20. Great job. Can’t wait for part two.

    By drumat5280 on Mar 10, 2012

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