The past couple of years have taught us many lessons but one that seems to be head and shoulders above the rest is that we all need to be better about preparing for the worst.
One terrific way to better prepare yourself for emergencies is to take measures to achieve some level of energy independence. One way to do this is to invest in a reliable and renewable energy source. In many cases, individuals looking to achieve energy independence will start looking at solar generators.
Once you start researching generators you will see that there are many options, and not all generators are created equal. For instance, there are home solar power systems that can end up being a costly endeavor, which includes Tesla as well as Enphase.
At Geneverse (formerly Generark), we like to see how our energy solutions stack up against our competition. Sure, Enphase and Generark offer different products, but there are still many similarities. Each brand operates in the same arena with the same goal: to provide customers with products that get them closer to energy independence. Below, we compare and contrast our products with Enphase energy solutions.
More on Enphase
Enphase Energy Systems can seamlessly integrate an AC home standby generator into a solar and battery solution for extra power during an extended grid outage. No glitches. No resetting clocks. Take the generator integration certification training course to unlock this feature in the Enphase Installer App.
The package includes Enphase IQ microinverters, IQ battery, as well an app so users can control the system virtually as well as receive notifications and updates.
Like Tesla’s Powerwall, Enphase has developed a system for emergency power that represents no small commitment.
Enphase Pricing and Reviews
Pricing is also less than transparent. After visiting a fewconsumer review sites, those interested will find that prices will vary. For instance, the Enphase IQ Battery 3 costs around $3,000 while the Enphase IQ Battery 10 seems to cost anywhere between $7,000-$9,000.
These same consumer review sources list battery size as one of the cons in addition to the high price tag. Enphase seems to offer two differently sized solar batteries. Unfortunately, both batteries are on the smaller side when compared to similar products. This ends up leaving customers needing to spring for more than one battery for medium to large households as well those with intentions of achieving energy independence and off-the-grid living.
As far as the high price is concerned, this is likely due to the fact that multiple microinverters must be installed to power a successful system. Microinverters are pricey and also come with additional labor costs.
Can Enphase Help Your Reach Energy Independence?
Additionally, for those who wish to use Enphase for living in an off-grid home, this end goal is certainly possible, but customers will have to purchase additional technology to make energy independence a reality.
Just when you thought you broke the bank purchasing the Enphase Energy System, you will then have to buy an IQ Combiner 4/4C and an IQ System Controller 2 to sufficiently power your home.
Lastly, if you’re wondering about warranties, this is also less than transparent when it comes to Enphase. Each component (microinverter, battery, etc.) has its own warranty period. Enphase also seems to provide different warranty terms for different countries, so you have to do quite a bit of research to figure out exactly how much coverage you have after purchase. Components like envoys, combiners, and aggregators are covered with a 5-year limited warranty.
Powering Your Home and Your Life with Geneverse (formerly Generark)
The Geneverse (formerly Generark)HomePower 2 solar generator is the first emergency power supply designed to accommodate modern homes. Instead of having to make multiple purchases, you can select packages for up to 5+ people. HP2 includes the HomePower 2 backup battery power station as well as SolarPower 2 all-weather portable solar panels.
The HP2 gives families reliable and renewable power for up to 7 days. When disaster strikes, our customers use our products to power crucial home appliances, smart devices, and medical devices without interruption.
Our pricing is available on our website and will vary depending on your needs. With a quick click of your mouse, you can select the best product/package for your needs and view how much it will cost to achieve. Once you’ve made the decision, all you have to do is turn it on, plug it in, and feel the power.
Our products are backed by an industry-leading 5-year warranty as well as a 30-day money-back guarantee for those who are less than 100% satisfied with their purchase. Every generator we make goes through 52 reliability and safety tests.
Your Geneverse (formerly Generark) solar generator can also be taken on the road with you as a powerful portable energy solution for camping and road trips. Enphase, not so much.
About Geneverse: Geneverse (formerly Generark) is the most reliablesolar generator and source of emergency backup power for your home and community. From theHomePower backup battery power station providing portable access to electricity, to theSolarPowersolar panels as a source for recharging, never be disconnected from what matters most to you. Learn more about how Geneverse and its industry-leading 5-year limited warranty can bring protection and security to your family ongeneverse.com. Never face a power outage alone, and power your home with a solar generator from Geneverse.