SunPower is increasing its portfolio of power storage merchandise with the launch of a 19.5-kWh and 39-kWh SunVault. SunPower has additionally made design upgrades that make SunVault quicker and simpler to put in.
“Each house owner has distinctive power storage wants — some need the peace of thoughts that they’ll energy necessities throughout a blackout like a fridge and WiFi, whereas others need the pliability to additionally cost an EV or run their air-con,” mentioned Nate Coleman, Chief Merchandise Officer at SunPower. “With these new storage sizes and better energy output by a number of inverters, SunVault’s modular configuration permits prospects to get the storage dimension they want at the moment with the reassurance that they’ll develop their system as their residence power necessities change.”
As states throughout the nation set new data for electrical energy demand amid the summer season’s warmth waves, extra householders face the specter of rolling blackouts and receiving texts from their electrical grid to preserve power. Owners can handle their SunVault power storage with the mySunPower app to see how a lot power is on the market throughout peak-demand to order for an outage or decrease power prices by utilizing saved power. Additional, all SunVault power storage techniques are backed by a 10-year guarantee, no matter how a lot the battery is charged and drained over time.
With this launch, SunPower is now out there in 5 configurations: 13 kWh, 19.5 kWh, 26 kWh, 39 kWh and 52 kWh. A few of these choices embody a number of inverters, which means the techniques can provide sufficient energy to backup the hundreds in a complete residence. SunVault configurations with a number of inverters and storage capability of 26 kWh and extra have the potential to energy the entire residence, so prospects don’t have to decide on between consolation and important hundreds throughout an outage.
The brand new SunVault sizes might be out there starting early 2023.
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