- SolarEdge Technologies had earlier developed an inverter for PV systems
- LG Chem has also partnered with Tesla to produce EV batteries
- This Energy Hub Inverter and RESU pairing with a generator can reach up to 28 kW of power and 60 kWh of storage.
According to a report, LG Chem has announced that it has partnered with joint forces with SolarEdge to bring compatibility with the LG RESU10H (400V, 9.8 kWh) home battery.
This is the second time they’ve partnered with SolarEdge Technologies, who are a global leader in smart energy. They are planning to bring compatibility with the LG RESU10H (400V, 9.8 kWh) home battery. By incorporating SolarEdge’s single phase Energy Hub inverter and backup interface, one can power their home with a reliable and cost-effective solution.
As claimed by the company, the firms; new full back up solution would deliver backup power with a highly efficient DC-couple design that supplies power during grid interruptions or power outages. This also features flexible home energy loads, which in turn allows users to mange their energy throughout the home or opt for even higher efficiency and choose pre-selected loads for backing up.
This Energy Hub Inverter and RESU pairing with a generator can reach up to 28 kW of power and 60 kWh of storage. This solutions is also measured while maintaining efficiency for supporting household of any sizes. Additional RESU10H batteries can even be added at a later time. What’s more, when connected to six batteries and an EV charger, the new solution can provide more than enough power to the user’s vehicle directly from the solution’s advanced solar system.
SolarEdge’s Energy Hub Inverter rating requires fewer components in the system design. This reduce the complexity of the installation. The Energy Hub Inverter also provides homeowner the ability to monitor both solar production and energy storage through an all-encompassing app called mySolarEdge. The new Energy Hub Inverter blog with RESU solution offers a cost effective and easy-to-use residential storage solution that will enable more families access to reliable, renewable energy.
In order to boost efficiency, the 9.8 kWh LG RESU10H battery uses LG Chem’s advanced lithium-ion battery technology. This would also maintain high energy density. “LG Chem continues to break new ground in the home battery market, and we are delighted to bring SolarEdge’s industry-leading technologies with our RESU10H battery. We are eager to support the North American market with our friends at SolarEdge,” said Jeongjin Hong, Vice President of LG Chem Home Battery business.
Hong also added “By building on our industry experience and already expansive expertise, we’re able to provide our customers with more options on how they can control and manage their energy needs in order to be prepared for the unexpected.”