1.5KW PluggedSolar with 1500Watt Crystalline Solar Panels and Micro Grid Tie Inverter, Plug into Wall, 120V or 240V AC Outlet, Utility Approved Micro Grid Tie Inverter (UL-1741). Breakthough in Solar. 30 Percent Federal Tax Credit

November 2, 2016 - Comment

Our patent-pending pluggedsolar? technology allows anyone to add the solar panel and just plug solar panel system into an existing electrical outlet. There is no need for hiring any expensive professional. PluggedSolar is avoids the expense and hassle of typical solar power system installation.PluggedSolar makes the sun power within the reach of every home owner.

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Our patent-pending pluggedsolar? technology allows anyone to add the solar panel and just plug solar panel system into an existing electrical outlet. There is no need for hiring any expensive professional. PluggedSolar is avoids the expense and hassle of typical solar power system installation.PluggedSolar makes the sun power within the reach of every home owner. We do sell solar panels and mountings. All components: UL approved.Contact PluggedSolar for any question. We also provide ROOF MOUNT SYSTEMS and larger power solar electric systems

Product Features

  • Get 30% Federal Solar Tax Credit. Additional Local Utility Rebate & State Tax Benefits may be available. UL & Utility Grid Tie Inverter.
  • Includes 6 PCS Solar Panels (240 Watt)
  • 1.5 KW Solar Power Generates average 2500 kWh of Electricity per year for life, saving up to 30% of bills removing the higher tiered rated electric usage.
  • We provide Wireless Solar Power and Energy Generation (Watt & kWh) monitor. Contact PluggedSolar for buying Solar Panels and Solar Panel Mountings for Groud or Roof or Patio
  • We are open for all the support you need. Please contact us at 1 (800) 823-9786 for any question
Comments
  • Argyle November 2, 2016 at 8:54 am

    Review of 1500W inverter from Ensupra This unit has been in production now for one week and is performing as advertised. My electrician signed off on the installation and his approval was sent to Alabama power Co. which also signed off on it. Overall I am very pleased with the contacts at Ensupra who were very helpful in answering some technical questions during installation. I have 14 100W panels in my system which produces about 1000W through the unit for four to five hours a day. I elected not to sell excess power to the…

  • PaulTD November 2, 2016 at 9:01 am

    Satisfied customer. I bought one of these systems (1.7Kw), it worked fine for 5 months, then two SRP Electric reps showed up at the front door, told me I could not have the system connected to the grid. It turns out that Arizona utility companies have much more stringent requirements than other areas of the country. 

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