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Panasonic updates EverVolt residential battery to 17.1 kWh

Source:Panasonic

Panasonic today announced the second edition of its EverVolt home battery system. EverVolt 2.0 will have a continuous power output of 7.6 kW off-grid and 9.6 kW with the grid, and with a usable capacity of 17.1 kWh or 25.65 kWh. The system can be AC- and DC-coupled.

EverVolt 2.0 is comprised of two primary components: the floor-standing battery cabinet and a hybrid smart inverter with four MPPTs and offers simple installation and flexible placement either inside or outside, thanks to its weatherproof design with an outdoor protection rating of IP55 (NEMA 3R).

Up to three systems can be stacked together for more power output and capacity. The EverVolt inverter can handle up to 12 kW of solar, for both supplying to the loads and charging the batteries.

“Innovations in energy storage have never been more exciting — and necessary — than they are today,” said Mukesh Sethi, Director of Solar and Energy Storage at Panasonic. “As part of our ongoing commitment to providing top-notch solar and storage solutions for homeowners, the Panasonic EverVolt 2.0 boasts new features that not only meet the needs of energy-conscious homeowners but supports broader sustainability goals. The recently announced federal goals for nationwide solar adoption, paired with consumers’ increasing desire for resiliency, only underscore the necessity for solar and storage solutions like this.”

EverVolt 2.0 is protected by Panasonic’s 10-year product and performance warranty when installed by a Certified EverVolt Installer.

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