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Better idea: get panels with their own micro-inverters. Then you can add more panels at will in the future. Bonus: micro-inverters are more efficient than a central inverter and will last longer.


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This depends on exactly what equpiment you're using. My system was designed to have one inverter for each 2 panels, all synchronized to each other and to the power lines so I can do "net metering" rather than having to maintain any kind of local power storage. Other kits may be configured other ways. Talk with whoever is designing your installation, or if ...



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