Intersolar - Samsung SDI Unveils New Energy Storage Products at Intersolar Europe 2015

Samsung SDI (KRX:006400) unveiled two residential energy storage systems (ESS), 5.5kWh and 8.0kWh, at Intersolar Europe 2015 in Munich, Germany.

MUNICH--Samsung SDI Co. Ltd. (KRX:006400), the world's largest provider of Lithium ion battery, unveiled two residential energy storage systems (ESS) at Intersolar Europe 2015 in Munich, Germany.


New products that Samsung SDI introduced at this time, 5.5kWh and 8.0kWh, were designed in addition to the existing 3.6kWh system to address full segments of German residential ESS market.

New residential EES is all-in-one enclosure of three functions including PV inverter, battery PCS and lithium Ion battery. As a DC system, the Samsung All-in-One system is highly efficient in storing solar energy into electrical energy because PV generation in form of DC is stored in battery without DC/AC inverting.

Samsung All-in-One system is most competitive in terms of performance, design and price because all the components in the system were designed and optimized together. In addition, everything in one enclosure makes it compact, which accounts for a small space and easy and quick installation. Also, with its stylish design and bright color, it is suited to be placed any place in homes.

The most essential part of all is that Samsung SDI's All-in-One is made by a reliable company specializing in lithium Ion battery technology. The battery in the All-in-One is the same battery used in German premium EV cars and landmark grid-scale energy storage in Schwerin, Germany. In terms of safety, Samsung SDI is the only LIB company without a single recall. Also, Samsung SDI assures long- term product warranty for 5 years, with a performance guarantee of 10 years.

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