ARKANSAS, Oct 24 (Future Headlines)- Enphase Energy, a prominent global energy technology company known for supplying microinverter-based solar and battery systems, has introduced the Enphase IQ EV Charger in the United States and Canada. This Wi-Fi-enabled EV charger incorporates smart control and monitoring features, allowing homeowners to seamlessly integrate it into Enphase’s solar and battery system, further optimizing cost savings by utilizing solar energy for EV charging.

Remote Control and Monitoring: With the Enphase App, homeowners can manage and monitor their EV charging conveniently through their smartphones or personal devices. This adds a layer of convenience and accessibility to the charging process.

Homeowners with Enphase Energy Systems can harness the solar energy they generate from their rooftops or store it in their batteries to charge their electric vehicles directly. This integration leverages renewable energy for a sustainable and cost-effective charging solution.

Users can set up personalized charging schedules to maximize energy cost savings. This means EV owners can take advantage of off-peak electricity rates to charge their vehicles, reducing overall costs.

Enphase Energy provides a comprehensive lineup of EV chargers, offering both hardwired and plug-in options with a variety of power configurations. The Wi-Fi-enabled IQ EV Chargers come in multiple power levels, ranging from 32 amps to 64 amps, and are equipped with a J1772 connector for universal compatibility.

These chargers feature an impact-resistant design and boast a National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) 4-rated enclosure, making them suitable for daily use in various weather conditions. They have been rigorously safety certified by ETL and come with an industry-leading 5-year limited warranty. Enphase offers round-the-clock customer support for added peace of mind.

Installers and distributors operating in North America can now place orders for the new IQ EV Charger, with production shipments anticipated later in the month. North American consumers can directly purchase the Enphase IQ EV Charger through the Enphase Store. Pricing for these connected chargers varies based on the selected power level, with costs ranging from $732 to $1,176.

Enphase Energy boasts a significant track record, having shipped approximately 68 million microinverters. Their Enphase-based systems have been deployed in over 145 countries, with a total of more than 3.5 million systems in use. The introduction of the IQ EV Charger further expands Enphase’s offerings to cater to the growing demand for clean and energy-efficient solutions in the EV charging sector.

Reporting by Alireza Sabet; Editing by Sarah White