Pylontech's Portable Power Station Won the Good Design Award 2022
Pylon Technologies Co., Ltd. announce that Pylontech Amber Rock, a portable power station product, with its expansion power package Mini Amber has won the prestigious Good Design Award 2022.
November 29, 2022. By News Bureau
Amber Rock with its name deriving from 'amber', a fossilized tree resin that is appreciated for its color and natural beauty and also is a symbol of the energy stone, lives up to its name with its slim and natural beauty and superior energy storage performance with Pylontech's self-developed LFP cells and build-in BMS.
If Amber Rock's elegant appearance comes from an exquisite design, then its core does lie in powerful function with high safety and superior reliability secured by its producer: Pylontech.
Pylontech is a dedicated battery energy storage system provider who had been added to the MSCI China A Onshore Index and was awarded as one of the 2022 Forbes China 50 Most Innovative Companies for its cutting-edge technology in the energy storage industry.
In the past decade, Pylontech's stable and reliable energy storage systems have been serving over 500,000+ homes globally and ranked top 2 among global residential BESS suppliers by IHS Research.
"The new form of human civilization, is a great achievement created under ongoing exploration with an open mind. Pylontech is honored that Amber Rock is recognized by the Good Design Award jury. We are glad to see and develop more reliable energy storage products and services to liberate people's energy requirement limitations in more scenarios with our leading technological advantage," said Geoffrey Song, Pylontech's VP of International Business.
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