Sonnenbatterie, market leader for smart energy storage systems with offices in Los Angeles, California and Bavaria, Germany, just announced at Intersolar that U.S. versions of the residential and commercial products that have earned the reputation of market leader in Europe are now available for ordering and shipment in the United States for the first time. Demos of the new products and applications for channel partners will be available at Intersolar booth #8121. Go there and check it out!
Today’s news comes on the heels of recent announcements regarding the company’s new research and development facility in Atlanta, Ga., and a non-exclusive North American distribution deal with Sungevity.
“I’m very happy to announce that Sonnenbatterie is officially open for business in North America,” said Boris von Bormann, CEO of Sonnenbatterie USA. “Over the last five years, the name Sonnenbatterie has become synonymous throughout Europe with high quality, beautiful design, and easy-to-use home and commercial energy solutions. We’re delighted to invite American consumers to enjoy the Sonnenbatterie experience for themselves.”
Sonnenbatterie products are now available in North America exclusively through channel partners called Sonnenbatterie Centers. Sonnenbatterie Centers are very often local solar installers that enjoy a certain level of geographic exclusivity, given they meet certain volume requirements.
Sonnenbatterie is the German market leader for lithium storage systems with corporate and manufacturing headquarters in Wildpoldsried, Germany, 90 minutes from Munich. The company has sold over 8,000 units of its intelligent energy storage system to homeowners and businesses since entering the market in 2011.
Coupled with a solar energy system, Sonnenbatterie systems can supply residential owners with 100 percent of their energy needs, in addition to providing backup power for the home and taking advantage of different tariff structures for off-peak vs. on-peak use. For commercial customers, Sonnenbatterie helps reduce demand spikes that lead to peak load charges.
— Solar Builder magazine