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Solar Insure integrates seamlessly with approved monitoring and inverter systems, allowing you to monitor your fleet’s health from a single platform without the need to log into multiple systems.
Share Data Access for Enphase and SolarEdge Monitoring
Follow these simple steps to add your monitoring credentials to the Solar Insure Platform.
Log onto the Solar Insure Platform
User your username and password to login at https://demo.solarinsure.com/.
Navigate to your Profile
Click on the user avatar in the top right of the screen. From the dropdown menu, select “Profile”.
Navigate to the “Integrations” Tab
From here users can enter their Enphase and SolarEdge Credentials.
Enter your Enphase Credentials
Why do I need to enter my email and password to integrate my Enphase systems with Solar Insure?
Without credentials, each installer would be required to maintain their own Enphase developer subscription and Solar Insure would be required to contact each homeowner we monitor directly before we gain access to their system. Don’t worry, Solar Insure is contractually obligated to not contact homeowners on behalf of our installers. Your data will never be used outside of the Solar Insure platform.
Enter your SolarEdge API Key
Add your SolarEdge API Key. For help locating an API Key in your SolarEdge Portal, follow the instructions below.
How to Locate your SolarEdge API Key
Click on “Monitoring Admin”
Log into the SolarEdge portal at monitoring.solaredge.com and click on the Monitoring Admin menu.
Select “My Account”
Select “My Account” from the dropdown menu.
Generate, Save, & Copy the API Key
Navigate to the Company Details tab. Scroll down until you see the API Access section. Check the box by the statement “I have read, understood, and agreed to the SolarEdge API T&C”. Click “Save” at the bottom of the form, and then Copy the API Key.
Paste the copied API Key in Solar Insure’s Platform.
Do you work with Inverter Manufacturer
beyond SolarEdge & Enphase?
Solar Insure has plans to expand its manufacturer monitoring coverage and support additional inverters on the AVL list in the future. If you work with manufacturers beyond SolarEdge and Enphase and would like to grant Solar Insure monitoring access to assist with troubleshooting and overseeing monitoring issues for homeowners with Solar Insure warranties, you can submit your monitoring access credentials using the form available at https://www.solarinsure.com/fleet-monitoring-login.
Solar Monitoring Made Easy
Experience advanced monitoring, seamless integration, and efficient issue management with Solar Insure Monitoring – all included with a Solar Insure Warranty.
Get money back for warranty service work you’ve previously performed for free or have traditionally charged the homeowners for.
Get homeowner’s repair resolved sooner as they don’t lose out on lost energy or pay out of pocket for service work.
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Make homeowners happy, increase referrals, contribute to positive public opinion on solar, and increase sales.
Frequently Asked Questions
Everything you need to know about Solar Insure Monitoring.
Currently, Solar Insure Monitoring is specifically tailored for installers, offering a comprehensive monitoring view of solar installations with a focus on efficient fleet management. This exclusive tool empowers installers to optimize their monitoring workflows and ensure the smooth operation of solar systems. For homeowners seeking more in-depth insights into their installation, monitoring apps provided by most component manufacturers are available. These dedicated apps allow homeowners to closely monitor and track the performance and data of their solar systems, providing them with a personalized monitoring experience.
No, Solar Insure Monitoring is currently just a triage tool that helps installers optimize their fleet management workflows. Although Solar Insure is developing out-of-platform reports and notifications, they are not available at this time. Installers must regularly log into Solar Insure or their manufacturer’s monitoring portals to stay on top of system issues.
No, Solar Insure’s monitoring dashboard is not intended to completely replace a manufacturer’s portal like SolarEdge or Enphase. It provides a comprehensive overview of your fleet’s health across multiple manufacturers, but for more detailed information, remote troubleshooting, or filing an RMA, you can easily navigate to the manufacturer’s portal using direct link buttons within Solar Insure’s platform.
Installers are responsible for resolving any monitoring issues identified on the Solar Insure platform for their fleet of homeowners. It is recommended to file an RMA with the inverter manufacturer first. After performing the service, installers can be reimbursed for their labor and truck rolls above what the manufacturer’s warranty pays through the Solar Insure claims process. In the case of insolvency or an extenuating circumstance, Solar Insure will step in to find a suitable service provider.
Installers can file a claim on Solar Insure’s online claims portal
Once a warranty is registered on the platform, Solar Insure automatically connects the homeowner’s site to monitoring within two weeks. However, in certain circumstances, such as when the inverter manufacturer is not integrated with Solar Insure or if data permission have been denied at the homeowner level, access to monitoring data may not be possible. Currently, only qualified sites are connected to Solar Insure’s monitoring data. We expect to connect the majority of systems by the end of the year.
Yes, Solar Insure has plans to expand its manufacturer monitoring coverage and support additional inverters on the AVL list in the future. If you work with manufacturers beyond SolarEdge and Enphase and would like to grant Solar Insure monitoring access to assist with troubleshooting and overseeing monitoring issues for homeowners with Solar Insure warranties, you can submit your monitoring access credentials using the form available at https://www.solarinsure.com/fleet-monitoring-login.
Solar Insure pulls data from the integrated inverter manufacturers every 3-7 days on average to update an individual site on the monitoring dashboard. Despite the weekly update frequency, monitoring remains highly effective in ensuring optimal performance for your solar fleet. This approach allows for timely identification of any issues or anomalies, enabling proactive maintenance and maximizing system efficiency. Rest assured, Solar Insure’s monitoring provides valuable insights even with weekly updates, empowering you with the information needed to make informed decisions and maintain a well-performing solar fleet.