SunPower releases upgraded house battery system supplying 'whole home' backup power capability
- United States residential solar installer SunPower launched an upgraded version of its battery storage space system, dubbed SunVault, claiming it can currently provide whole-home back-up in case of power failure.
The upgrade to the SunVault batteries has double the capacity of versions available on the market formerly to 26kWh and 52kWh configurations. The brand-new storage space system will certainly start rolling out in June 2022.
Additionally, SunPower also exposed it was to provide what it described as an industry-leading service warranty for SunVault products, supplying a 10-year guarantee that includes a 70% useful energy retention guarantee.
Nate Coleman, chief products policeman at SunPower, said: "As power interruptions are ending up being a lot more commonplace, the demand for power strength and reliability is greater than ever."
Texans, that endured a long power outage throughout wintertime tornado Uri in February 2021, have actually been increase installations of roof solar as well as battery storage space to safeguard themselves against future power outages.
Previously this month, SunPower signed a contract to give its PV as well as battery storage systems to housing developer Landsea Homes and also will certainly be released at all new homes integrated in California.
Last month, SunPower offered its commercial and commercial remedies (CIS) organization to TotalEnergies for US$ 250 million in order to focus a lot more on the residential solar market.
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