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Enphase Energy Inc. says its micro-inverters will be available in the Australian solar market beginning next month. The company is partnering with Australia-based RFI Solar to distribute its products throughout the country.

"Leading analysts project Australia to become a gigawatt-plus solar market, and Enphase enters at a time when this growing clean economy is gaining promising momentum," notes Paul Nahi, CEO of Enphase Energy.



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