The Danish company says that its collaboration with GE will allow it to become the world’s leading provider of silicon-carbide power modules.
Production of the luxury BIPV product will not begin until “mid-2017”, and a waiting list has appeared on the Tesla site.
It’s the first residential inverter to achieve UL 1741 SA (Supplement A) listing, which has been mandated by California and Hawaii for compliance in September 2017.
The inverter giant’s expansion plans are a response to what it says are favorable market conditions. In addition, the company is introducing new products to the U.S. market, including solutions for battery storage.
The supply deal with NextEra Energy Resources signals a radical shift in strategy for the struggling manufacturer and is the first major test of its novel module design.
The growing demand for affordable electric vehicle batteries is driving cost reductions in lithium-ion battery technology, which is beneficial for affordable stationary storage, according to a new Lux Research report.
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