SNEC 2020 Spotlight With SolaX Residential Energy Storage System

SHANGHAI, China – 8-10 August, 2020 – SolaX Power attended SNEC 2020, the 14th International Photovoltaic Power Generation and Smart Energy Conference & Exhibition with its newest residential solar energy storage system.

The event was kicked off at Shanghai New International Expo Center on Aug 8. Although the scale of the exhibition was less impressive as last year because of the pandemic, SNEC 2020 still gathered more than 1,500 exhibitors and 3,000 industry experts and professionals on-site, and attracted a total of over 120,000 visitors.

SolaX as one of the earliest residential solar energy storage system providers, received great attention from the participants this year. SolaX’s “Smart Home X-Hybrid Energy Storage System” has been the spotlight during the exhibition. The system consists of one three-phase SolaX Hybrid inverter and two Triple Power 5.8kWh batteries, and will be able to supply the house with sustainable solar energy during day and night. The total usable capacity of the two-battery storage system is 11.5kWh, it is enough to power two regular air conditioners, one laptop computer, and a one-floor lamp at the same time for five hours.  

Currently, SolaX has developed four different product lines: string inverters, ac coupled inverters, hybrid inverters, and storage batteries. SolaX inverters are available in a broad range of capacities, from 0.7 kW, the smallest X1-Mini inverter, to 60 kW, the largest X3-Mega inverter. In the future, SolaX will continuously develop new products to keep updated to the latest technology trends and to meet new demands in different scenarios.

A new era with solar plus storage will be coming at an unprecedented pace. It has already been recognized that battery storage system is the biggest trend with the greatest potential in the PV industry. SolaX Power will continue to improve and promote its solar storage system products. Ultimately, humans will make peace with the environment with sustainable solar energy. That moment, hopefully, wouldn’t be too far away from us.

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