AlphaESS Launches its New Energy Storage System
AlphaESS has launched its ground-breaking residential energy storage system for the North American market at this year's RE+ (SPI) expo, following the inauguration of the new office and service center in Denver, Colorado the previous week.
September 26, 2022. By News Bureau
The multinational firm AlphaESS celebrated its 10th Anniversary, with the grand opening of its American subsidiary, continuing its rapid expansion and growth into the most promising energy storage market and enhancing its brand perception globally.
The company has introduced its NA-ONLY residential energy storage system earlier this year, by forging key partnerships with local distributors and solutions' providers with a national footprint.
These two variations of the UL-certified systems, SMILE-SP and SPB series, are available with AC and DC coupling to meet the different needs of consumers, with a 7.6/9.6kW Hybrid Inverter and a standard 8.2kWh battery pack which can support max 11.5kWp /15kWp PV input and expandable to 49.2 kWh. The LFP only systems are suited for retrofitting as well grid forming function fit for all PV inverter brands.
AlphaESS renewable products for both households and outdoors have been showcased at the expo, including the Almighty Knight SMILE-G3 (5kW/10.1-60.5kWh), All-in-one system SMILE-B3-PLUS (3kW/5.04-30kWh), the Three-Phase Warrior SMILE-T10-HV (10kW/8.2- 49.2kWh), as well as the brand new portable power stations - BlackBee 1000 and 2000(1-1.6kW/1-2kWh).
Thanks to Maxeon and Emporia, AlphaESS' partners, their state-of-the-art solar panels and EV chargers have made the AlphaESS opening lineup integrated and perfectly fit for the North America market.
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