At this year’s RE+ exhibition, GoodWe will spotlight its enhanced residential solution lineup, EcoSmart Home, with strong focus on catering to the local market’s energy storage needs. An additional highlight will be the introduction of a three-phase, 208-V, 1,000-VDC inverter designed for light C&I applications.
For the commercial sector, GoodWe will unveil a new addition, the LV-SMT-US, a three-phase low voltage inverter ideally suited for small commercial applications. Featured with advanced MPPT technology, built-in RSD transducer and a 16-ADC input, it delivers exceptional efficiency and safety. Prior to its official launch, the inverter will be showcased at the exhibition, available in 22-kW and 28-kW capacities.
Central to the residential portfolio will be the solution combined by GoodWe’s hybrid inverter ES-US and Lynx Home FH-US battery. The ES-US inverter, boasting a power range of 5-11.4 kW, stands out for its ability to facilitate multiple solutions through integration into different system designs.
The Lynx Home FH-US battery, fulfilling the safety standards of the UL9540A test, is a perfect match for residential energy storage systems in North America. It offers scalability from 9.6 kWh to 19.2 kWh, allowing flexible energy storage solutions for homeowners.
When combined, the inverter and the battery form an efficient solar + storage system to optimize household energy self-consumption. It can be further amplified by incorporating an electrical vehicle charger into the system, and thus largely reducing electricity bills for homeowners. The system, when further integrated GoodWe’s auto backup device, can realize the full home power backup mode, ensuring seamless power continuity during outages and grid interruptions.
“Our EcoSmart Home solution lineup is able to meet the emergent need of North America’s homeowners to integrate storage batteries into their solar systems, under the NEM3.0 implementation,” said Michael Mendik, country manager of GoodWe USA and Canada. “This encourages energy self-generation and consumption.”
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