Residential battery maker sonnen has released its new compact and affordable sonnenCore battery solution that provides homeowners with a premium sonnen solution in a cost-conscious package.
sonnenCore aims to expand the residential energy storage market with a high-quality, affordable home battery option for any home. sonnenCore is equipped with 4.8 kW/10 kWh of maximum usable capacity and pairs with new and existing PV systems, with an MSRP of $9,500. The system uses cobalt-free lithium-iron phosphate batteries designed for stationary energy storage and backed by sonnen’s factory limited warranty of 10 years/10,000 charge cycles.
sonnen’s newest home battery solution is purpose-built by sonnen and features a new sonnenInverter and a sonnenModule with a custom energy management software (EMS), enabling comprehensive end-to-end system integration and optimization. The innovative sonnenInverter, sonnenModules and custom EMS are certified to a comprehensive list of UL safety and performance standards that comply with regional and national requirements.
The compact, all-in-one, modular configuration of the sonnenCore allows for simplified site design and installation, making it an attractive and cost-effective home battery option for any residential project, including solar retrofits. Additionally, the one-size-fits-all unit’s easily repeatable design and installation makes sonnenCore ideal for standardization and implementation in large national projects, including new home developments and community-based clean energy programs.
“With the increasing demand for energy security and the continuing growth of solar installations across the country, we developed sonnenCore as a smart and affordable battery solution that works for every home,” said Blake Richetta, Chairman and CEO of sonnen. “sonnenCore is designed to be easy for home builders to specify, contractors to install and homeowners to use without compromising on quality and reliability. It is the obvious choice in home battery technology for customers looking to safely keep their lights on, reduce their carbon footprint and become part of a clean energy future.”
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