Today marks an important milestone for Enphase Energy as it celebrates the opening of a new factory in West Columbia, South Carolina through a contract partnership with Flex. With this expansion comes the ability to produce products locally and more affordably than ever before. The event is set to take place on July 6, with President Joe Biden and other national and state government officials in attendance.
Enphase has earned a reputation for providing reliable and cost-effective solutions to their customers all over the world. By having production based out of the United States, they are able to reduce shipping costs and increase customer satisfaction. This new facility will enable them to expand production capabilities as well as provide hundreds of jobs for local citizens – something that has been lacking in recent years due to economic hardship.
The ceremony today is a testament to Enphase’s commitment to create clean energy solutions that can make a difference in the lives of people. With this new facility, they are one step closer to becoming a leader in providing innovative and cost-effective products for many years to come. President Biden’s presence at the event shows his support for the company’s efforts and recognizes their determination to build something great in South Carolina.
The opening of the Flex facility will allow Enphase Energy to continue innovating and developing their products as well as reaching new customers all over the world. As one of three U.S. manufacturing hubs, it will help Enphase achieve an annual production capacity of 4.8-7.2 GWAC of U.S. microinverters per year.
U.S. made Enphase microinverters are proudly sold, installed, and serviced by Sunriver Solar in California.