This compatibility gives Imeon Energy an opportunity to strengthen its position in high potential markets such as Australia where Dyness ESS is a particularly well-established brand
January 06, 2020. By News Bureau
The compatibility of Imeon solar inverters and Dyness’s lithium batteries, certified by both actors, allows Imeon Energy to better meet the expectations of its customers who look for safe, reliable storage solution, which in case of Dyness’s product comes in an eye-catching IP65 enclosure.
This compatibility gives Imeon Energy an opportunity to strengthen its position in high potential markets such as Australia where Dyness ESS is a particularly well established brand.
This yet another compatible battery added to an already wide range of suitable storage solutions upholds Imeon Energy’s strategy of becoming a major player in the field of solar and storage microgeneration power plants.
“For us at Imeon Energy the collaboration with Dyness Clean Energy is an exciting and gratifying business opportunity. The continuous interest of important industry players must be regarded as a recognition of the performance and quality of our products." says Christophe Goasguen, C.E.O. of Imeon Energy who adds “Battery storage is a key element of self-consumption systems. The Imeon / Dyness compatibility allows IMEON installers to offer their customers a reasonably priced high storage capacity systems.”
Indeed, the Powerbox battery can be purchased in four variants, from 2.4kWh to 9,6kWh capacity, and is also upgradable since multiple Powerboxes can be put in parallel. For its part, the Imeon inverter, equipped with OS. ONE operating system incorporating artificial intelligence and many downloadable applications, will optimize the lifespan of the battery by intelligently adapting charge and discharge schedules.
Thus association presents a pragmatic and scalable solution for any photovoltaic system.
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