Milholland Electric Inc has not only aligned itself as a dealer with SunPower Corporation, maker of the Planet’s most powerful solar panels, but we also qualify as a Elite Dealer. SunPower employs stringent standards for it’s dealer so that the public is assured of the highest quality installations of their world class products.

We have chosen to represent SunPower because of the strength of the company and the quality of their products. SunPower Solar Panels provide up to 50% more power than other solar panels and they have the most attractive panels on the market. SunPower is a billion-dollar publicly traded company with over 25 years of experience. With unmatched quality, power production and stringent dealer requirements we feel we are providing the best products and at the best prices. SunPower’s commercial clients include companies such as Fed Ex, Microsoft and even the US Department of Energy.


You may review the entire SunPower brochure here.

We are also authorized to sell and service many high quality solar and related products. A few are listed below for your review.


The Enlighten GUI provides a wide range of information on the performance of the installed solar power system and individual modules. A graphical representation of the solar array provides “at a glance” information on the status of each module. More detailed information, including current and lifetime performance metrics, give clients a true view of the benefits of the solar energy installation.

Integrated Per-module Monitoring

Enlighten automatically monitors the performance of every module in the system. No additional monitoring hardware or software is needed. Unlike third party monitoring systems, which only monitor the inverter, Enlighten provides unprecedented visibility into the performance of every individual module.

For a detailed explanation of this application, please click here to view a presentation from the manufacturer.

Click here or on the image below to preview of the Enphase Enlighten Graphic User Interface (GUI) representing the power output at a recent local installation in Bonsall, California.