Enasolar grid-tied inverters for hydro turbines

enasolarEnasolar inverters are made in New Zealand.

They are fully compliant with UK grid standards G83/1-1 or G59/2.

These inverters are the ideal choice for connecting a PowerSpout hydro turbine to the grid in the UK and other 50Hz AC countries.

Many solar inverters are not compatible with hydro, nor do they come with any warranty or support in this application.

Enasolar inverters are a proven solution for grid tied hydro, with support from both the manufacturers and from PowerSpout.

Scoraig Wind Electric sell these inverters at the prices below (increased in September 2016 due to exchange rate).

Features & Benefits

  • A more efficient design means longer life and less call outs.

  • Wide operating voltage range allows more flexible solar power system design and panel use.

  • Lightweight inverters with integrated lockable DC and AC isolating switches which reduce installation time and cost.

  • Independently monitor and verify your installed solar power systems with the included built-in Wi-Fi.

  • This truly is one cool inverter with a front mounted heat sink which allows more airflow, easy care and cleaning.

For more information about Enasolar and/or PowerSpout hydro turbines, please email me

Enasolar inverter
Maximum volts No. of
Delivered price excl. VAT
1.5 kW 500 V 1 £949.26
2.0 kW 600 V 1 £969.30
3.0 kW 600 V 1 £1,121.13
3.8 kW 500 V 1 £1,072.87
4.0 kW 600 V 2 £1,515.43
5.0 kW 600 V 2 £1,394.20

Download the latest manual: EnaSolar-GT-Inverter-Manual v2-3

If you need the configuration software, USB Mini-B cable or sundry spare parts,  please contact me.

About hugh

I live off-grid in NW Scotland and have spent my life playing with wind turbines. I also love small hydros. Hands on renewable energy is my thing and I like to learn and to share my experiences.
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2 Responses to Enasolar grid-tied inverters for hydro turbines

  1. Winni says:

    I come from the mountains in Austria and would like to operate a powerspout pelton turbine with a plug-in inverter from Slox-x1. Do you have any experience with this? Can you tell me if it works that way? Estimated power from the power spout is around 350 watts at 1.4 A
    Many thanks for your help

    Greetings from Tyrol

  2. hugh says:

    hi James,

    Yes the price structure is hard to understand. The 2kW is good value, and so is the 5kW.


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