Here, we consider the totality of factors. If affordability is your primary concern, both inverters are worth considering. If you’re comfortable with a slightly lower efficiency, Growatt is an option. Their web-based monitoring system is user-friendly, and their warranty is on par with industry standards.

However, if you prioritise a potentially more feature-rich inverter with broader battery compatibility and are willing to invest slightly more, GoodWe is the better option. Their advanced monitoring capabilities and potential for future system expansion provide a compelling advantage.

GoodWe’s solar solution also appeared in the Renovate or Rebuild episode 2. James Treble explored their offerings at the Melbourne Home Show, showcasing solar panels, batteries, inverters, and even EV chargers. Prior to that, James caught up with Roshan, our CEO of Energy Matters, and chatted about the benefits of solar.


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