(Title should be: Increasing voltage of multiple solar panels ), if the bug is that the title has to be under 20 characters. I hope that the blank page I have been getting when submitting is an error and not going into the mod queue. Hi, I am wondering if you guys have any suggestions about how I can increase the voltage of the solar panels on my roof without blowing them up. The little backstory is that I purchased some solar panels that were rated for 22.8V (short circuit), and the microinverters were supposed to start up at 22V. Well, once it gets warm in the mornings here, the solar panel voltage doesn't get above 21.2V and they aren't turning on regularly. The solar panels drop in voltage as they produce more power when they do turn on as the temperature goes up, but I need them to have a higher voltage. While keeping the amps down so the watts aren't too high. Is it feasible or possible to boost the voltage up to the 24-32V range by adding another solar panel that has a higher voltage, along with dividing the amps between 4 (or 8) panels so they don't go over 10.0A? Or in other words to keep the Watts under 230-240W? I have attached a diagram with no diodes or other electronics on it, but to describe how I would envision this working, but I don't know if it is the right concept or not. The bottom solar panel can have different specs if needed. Or is this a crazy idea? Thanks!