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Enecsys Ltd., a supplier of solar micro-inverters, has teamed with Honolulu-based R&R Solar Supply to provide products for the solar market in Hawaii.

Aaron Langhoff, vice president of purchasing and product development at R&R Solar Supply, says the company has tested Enecsys' SMI-S240W and SMI-S480W micro-inverter products.

A launch event for the partnership, including on-site training, is planned later this month in Honolulu.




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