Duracell enters residential energy storage market with 14-kWh LFP batteries

Nov 4, 2021 04:03 PM ET
  • Popular alkaline battery producer Duracell is introducing a residential energy storage remedy with California-based representative Power Center+. Power Center additionally disperses the Eguana line of energy storage systems.
Duracell enters residential energy storage market with 14-kWh LFP batteries
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The Duracell Power Center line of product will contain 5-kW and 10-kW inverter results with lithium-iron phosphate batteries expanding from 14 kWh to 84 kWh. The Power Center's AC-coupling configuration enables brand-new and existing residential solar proprietors to store excess solar power for use in the evening, optimizing their solar investment, while raising energy security as well as self-reliance, all without added hardware. In addition, Power Center offers the flexibility of remote software upgrades to satisfy ever before altering power regulative standards.

" Duracell sees remarkable chance to produce efficient green power management services for the home. Eventually permitting the consumer to manage, shop, as well as control all elements of power within their home. The Duracell brand brings along a background of high quality and dependability which consumers have actually relied on over lots of decades," mentioned Roberto Mendez, President of Duracell The United States And Canada. "We are proud to work with our licensee partner to bring this crucial offering to the marketplace."

"Our Home Energy Storage services supply the entrée for expansion right into a full item ecosystem as we march towards full residential power monitoring. We are really thrilled to be at the forefront of modern technology advancement and deployment," mentioned Aakar Patel, President of Power Center+.

The Power Center's support grid-connected solar self-consumption, time of use (TOU) price changing as well as offer home back-up power. These systems are now offered in The United States and Canada as well as the Caribbean markets, with certification criteria matching UL 1741, UL 9540, California's Rule 21, and also Hawaii's Rule 14H.

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