Inverter Major Solis Gets Key Approvals For Its Latest Hybrid Inverters

Inverter Major Solis Gets Key Approvals For Its Latest Hybrid Inverters

China based Inverter specialist Solis has just won the National First (Set of) Equipment Award for its S6-EH1P(7.6-11.4)K-H hybrid energy storage inverter, making this further proof of the S6 inverter’s quality in technology and innovation.

First (set of) equipment refers to the first (set of) or first batch of equipment, system and core components with independent intellectual property rights and major breakthroughs in varieties, specifications or technical parameters after innovation. They are an acknowledgement of a manufacturer’s in-house competency and ability to do independent research and development across the country.

The S6-EH1P(7.6-11.4)K-H independently developed and produced by Solis has been re-certified to the latest UL 1741 SB test standard and is qualified for installation across North America. Customers will be able to monitor their entire home via hybrid inverters, smart breakers, and an updated SolisCloud. Solis manufactures products (the Power Hub and new apps) to give customers more control and information about decisions they make for their own energy usage.  These products will allow home owners to be independent of the grid so that they can power their entire home during a power outage.

In addition, the Power Hub solution has been specifically developed to form a backup system for the whole house, as required by consumers in the North American market. This completely green backup power supply was made to meet and exceed customer expectations.

The string inverters focused Solis has committed itself  to driving sustainable development to the future with technological innovation backed by a strong R&D focus. The company is aligned with the global goal of carbon peaking and carbon neutrality, which will require the fast development of an energy storage market. This is especially true since the installed capacity of global energy storage is estimated to be 209 GWh in 2025, with demand for PV energy storage inverters up to 104 GW.

Solis plans to continue to increase investment in R&D, to continuously enhance the innovation and core competitiveness of its products and solutions.

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