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Effective August 21, 2019, the List of Inverters (Grid Support and Utility Interactive) and the Inverter Listing Request Instructions have been updated. These updates include separating inverters used in PV solar systems from inverters used in battery applications, and updating the instructions to include additional guidance for hybrid (PV and/or battery) inverter performance testing.

The forms, lists and associated instructions can be accessed below.

Please note that the Energy Commission's Solar Equipment Lists updates are typically completed twice a month, on the 1st business day of the month and the 15th of the month or the following business day.

Submit inquiries regarding the Energy Commission's Solar Equipment Lists to the California Energy Commission at For any equipment listing related questions, please contact the Solar Equipment Call Center at 916-654-4120.

List of Inverters

There are two versions of the list of inverters that are available for download - Simplified and Full Data. The Simplified version is intended to show only basic information about the inverters such as manufacturer, model number, description, and weighted efficiency. The Full Data version contains additional information such as certification dates, reported nameplate ratings and efficiency measurements that may be of interest to stakeholders.

Click on the links below to download the current list of eligible Inverters:

Grid Support Inverters

Utility Interactive (Non-Smart) Inverters

(The utility interactive inverter list will be updated until January 2020, at which time the list will be archived.)

Submitted information is reviewed by the California Energy Commission prior to equipment being added to the Energy Commission's Solar Equipment Lists but it is not continuously monitored. The California Energy Commission does not confirm manufacturers' self-reported information. Please note that equipment on the Energy Commission's Solar Equipment Lists have undergone tests to achieve minimal safety and performance standards. The California Energy Commission and the State of California make no claim or warranty on the equipment and its safety, performance or durability. Anyone considering installing solar energy systems are encouraged to conduct their own research.


For information on equipment eligibility and required laboratory-tested data, please refer to the SB 1 Guidelines, Appendix B.



Other Resources

The California Energy Commission is providing consumers a website list of resources and links for informational purposes; where they can research topics such as: PV product recalls, contractor license check for solar retailers/ installers or solar installation building and fire code requirements.

View Performance Test Results for Inverters performed by a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory in accordance with the protocols adopted by the California Energy Commission.