B-Box battery storage systems enters the market

Posted Feb 23rd, 2017 at 4:32 am by Sol Distribution

BYD is a market leader in electric vehicles that include passenger cars and buses. With over 62000 passenger car electric vehicles sold and a production facility of 10GWh worth of batteries in 2015, BYD has positioned themselves as the largest rechargeable lithium-ion battery manufacturer in the world. In Q2 2016, BYD deployed approximately 300MWh of batteries for residential and utility …

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Posted Feb 17th, 2017 at 12:37 am by Sol Distribution

BYD Ltd., one of the world’s largest battery manufacturing companies is launching the home energy storage system into the Australian market. The B-Box home batteries are scalable home storage units with high discharging rates and depth of discharge, allowing the units to be extremely flexible to suit different system purposes and topologies. The home storage system uses a lithium-iron-phosphate chemistry …

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SolarEdge Training Roadshow

Posted Feb 13th, 2017 at 3:29 am by Sol Distribution

SolarEdge are inviting certified installers and sub-contractors to join their FREE 1-day SolarEdge + StorEdge™ training taking place in locations throughout Australia between February 15th and March 15th. Sign up and learn how to install & pitch DC Optimised storage solutions compatible with the Tesla Powerwall 2 & LG Chem RESU batteries.

The training will include installation and communication tips, site designer and monitoring platform demonstrations. Hands-on training with …

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The new SMA SB5000 AV inverter is here!

Posted Feb 2nd, 2017 at 5:01 am by Sol Distribution

The new SMA Sunny Boy 5000AV-40 has had a complete facelift from its predecessor in terms of the design and functionality. The same quality product is now fitted in a compact 43cm by 47cm IP 65 exterior and weighs only 16kg. Let’s break it down …

Built-in wifi

Despite removing the display screen, the inverter now generates its own WLAN signals that …

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