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Dec 11, 2015 - microFIT Procurement Target, Holiday Maintenance, New Price Schedule, and Version Change

2015 microFIT Procurement Target

As of December 10, 2015 the annual microFIT procurement target of 50 MW has been achieved. Applications will continue to be processed if capacity becomes available.

For updates on the 2015 procurement target please review the microFIT bi-weekly reports.

microFIT Maintenance

  • From December 13, 2015,from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., the My microFIT Home Page will be unavailable.
  • From December 31, 2015 at 12:00 p.m. to January 5, 2016, the microFIT Application submission functionality will be unavailable. During this time, Applicants will be able to access their My microFIT Home Page but will not be able to submit applications.
  • From January 4, 2016 to January 5, 2016, all functions of the My microfit Home Page will be unavailable. The My microfit Home Page will be returned to full service on January 5, 2016

Price Schedule Change
All active microFIT applications that have not been issued an Application Approval Notice prior to January 1, 2016, will be subject to the new FIT/microFIT Price Schedule.

In order for the IESO to issue Application Approval Notices prior to January 1, 2016, LDCs must report all Offers to Connect to the IESO no later than 4 p.m. on December 31, 2015. If you have received an Offer to Connect from your LDC, and the status of your application has not yet been changed to "Pending Connection", please contact your LDC directly. You can verify the status of your Application by logging into your My microFIT Home Page.

microFIT Version Change
On January 1, 2016, Version 3.3 of the microFIT Program comes into effect. The only change being made is the implementation of the 2016 Price Schedule; no other changes are being made to the microFIT Program at this time. All active applications that have not been issues an Application Approval Notice prior to January 1, 2016, will automatically be considered under version 3.3.

Click here to read all microFIT program updates in their entirety

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Enphase Energy

Enphase Micro-Inverters

When considering what type of inverters you should use for your solar project, it is benefitial to be aware of the advantages and disadvantages of each type.  When it comes to micro-inverters, there are a number of benefits to selecting the Enphase micro-inverter product:

- Per-module maximum power-point tracking (MPPT) maximizes energy production.
- Increases resilience to shade, dust and debris.
- High conversion efficiency.
- Increased system up-time.
- Greater production in low-light conditions.

- No single point of failure.
- Design reduces component stress.
- Very low internal temperature rise.
- Designed to NEMA 6P rating.
- Lengthy 15-25 year warranty (depending on model)

- 24/7 monitoring on a per-module basis.
- Eliminates concern about where to place a large inverter.
- Dramatically reduces installation design.
- Modules can be mismatched and added as your requirements grow.
- Panels do not need to be collocated.
- Web-based analytics via your own Enphase Enlighten site!

- No high-voltage DC wiring.
- Reduced risk of DC arc fault. 

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