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Enphase Energy, Inc. (ENPH) Message Board

  • eizoot eizoot Apr 22, 2013 11:53 AM Flag

    buyout of PowerOne

    Interesting that the markey sees no significant or direct relevance of the PWER buyout to Enphase. I'm sure that the technology platforms compete, and that competition is considerable across the industry. It doesn't help that Enphase has not shown profitability in the past year.

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    • ENPH management has a good product. IMO the best on the market. As such, competing and taking market share and growing the brand is often the best option. So, I believe management is not receptive to a buy out. They know their product and pipeline. No reason to sell out.
      Disclosure I have 95 ENPH inverters on my roof all working well with sub optimum position on my panels
      Something strings simply can not do!!!

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      • ENPH has a product that is game changer, totally out of box thinking and invention. I am sure they have plenty paten to protect their investment. If you ever installed traditional inverters and compare it with other brands of inverters, you will see much better power output and totally eliminated the single point of failure for solar installation. Its SCE certified 96% efficiency is a wonderful. For city installations with nearby trees and buildings, with other brand inverters was not possible or only producing short time each day. Enphase inverter made those all possible and much longer producing time. Not only you should buy its stock, if you are solar panel user, go buy its inverters, too!

    • Nothing stopping anyone from buying ENPH. Except their balance sheet.

 
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