Enphase Energy Info Session (virtual)

Enphase Energy Info Session - Virtual
Speaker: Donny Zimmanck, Transactive Architect
Date: October 12, 2021
Time: 6:30pm - 7:30pm

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A high-level overview of Enphase Energy and its mission. We will discuss the different engineering teams at Enphase and share more information about the opportunities we are currently hiring for at the new college graduate level

Our mission at Enphase Energy is to advance a sustainable future for all.

Today, our intelligent microinverters, which turn sunlight into an affordable, safe, reliable, and scalable source of energy, work with virtually every solar panel made, and when paired with our award-winning smart battery technology, we engineer one of the industry's best-performing clean energy systems. To date, we have installed more than 36 million microinverters on more than 1.5 million homes across 130 countries.

Like our customers, our innovative teams are also worldwide, making Enphase Energy a truly global company. We are one of the fastest-growing and most dynamic energy companies in the world. Nimble and acutely focused on developing ground-breaking solar energy management technology, each of our teams has a shared goal of creating a carbon-free future.

At Enphase we are also committed to diversity and inclusion. Developing cutting-edge technology requires a workforce as diverse as the populations we wish to serve. We are a values-driven company that puts people and their power at the center of our shared energy future.

Join us on our mission!

Donny graduated from Dartmouth College in 2007 with a Bachelors's in Electrical Engineering and from Dartmouth’s Thayer School of Engineering with a Master of Science in Power Electronics. He holds over 20 patents relating the power design and distributed energy. He currently serves as the Transactive Energy Architect at Enphase Energy where he is the technical lead for the "Ensemble" control system, which integrates distributed grid forming control capabilities into their microinverters.


Tuesday, October 12, 2021 - 6:30pm to 7:30pm