Panasonic, long-life batteries for photovoltaic systems

L'power produced on its own, byphotovoltaic system of the domestic roof, can be better managed thanks to the lithium ion batteries offered by Panasonic. Large-scale production began last summer, the Japanese company studied the Long-life batteries based on the needs of European countries.

More and more families generate their ownpower they consume, the photovoltaic it is a well-established reality and the Panasonic accumulators can solve the problem of energy discontinuity of the renewables.

What are the characteristics ofPanasonic accumulator?
It is a system of lithium ion batteries with a module with a nominal capacity of 1.35 kWh and a battery management system, designed to control the charging and discharging of the battery according to the needs of the consumer. The user can control and monitor the domestic storage system even remotely.

"The system accumulates excess energy, produced by the photovoltaic panel during peak hours, and discharges the current as needed. It is the ideal answer for those looking for an accumulator that helps optimize the self-consumption of self-generated energy. A solution that helps families reduce their dependence on grid energy and contributes to spreading more and moreclean energy.”

L'Panasonic accumulator it has been designed to guarantee a useful life of 5,000 charge cycles and offer long-term operation.

When we talk about Panasonic accumulators, this will be the first on the market accompanied by the Panasonic brand but it must be said that the Japanese company, last year, supplied storage systems for photovoltaic energy storage to a German company that produced and marketed the system "Energy Storage E3 DC ". The domestic power plant S10 developed by E3 / DC, it guarantees a lifespan of 20 years.

How much energy can it rack up the Panasonic long-life battery?
The noinal capacity of 1.35 kWh can satisfy the entire electricity needs of an average home, for at least a couple of hours. This is a buffer system, families could use it in the evening, perhaps to ensure the power supply of white goods or heating.

The most demanding could opt for accumulators with higher capacity; this sphere includes the extremely expensive Kyocera Solar system. The Japanese company offers 7.2 kWh lithium-ion batteries along with 4.03 kW photovoltaic modules.

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