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Varta Storage Premieres Wall Mounted Energy Storage System in Europe

Varta Storage expands its product family of energy storage systems for private households with the addition of Varta pulse. The small, compact energy storage system is available in two classes: 3.3 kilowatt hour (kWh) and 6.5 kWh. “Easy, affordable but of high quality – this is pulse. It’s perfect for all those who want to bundle the highest energy-density into the minimum space”, says Herbert Schein, CEO of Varta AG.

The new release can be seen for the first time at the Intersolar exhibition in Munich (Germany) from the 31st to the 2nd of May 2017 at the Varta stand in hall B1, booth 210. In addition, the company is expanding its successful element line with Varta element 12 and will rename the Varta home and Varta family as Varta one L and Varta one XL. “In doing so, we have adapted our product portfolio to the various needs of our customers”, Schein explains.

Through Plug & Play Varta pulse is operational within 30 minutes and can be paired to all sources of green energy. With compact dimensions of 60 x 69 x 18.5 centimetres it even fits in the smallest space. Varta pulse 3 with a capacity of 3.3 kWh only weights 45 kilograms. The larger Varta pulse 6 has a capacity of 6.5 kWh and a weight of 65 kilograms. The successful Varta element line with integrated power inverter and battery management system is now also available with a range-topping capacity of 13 kWh. The new Varta element 12 makes it possible. The smaller element 3, 6 and 9 are still module-expandable with retrofit kits – depending on each individual customer’s needs.

VARTA one L and XL

Varta home and Varta family have been renamed as one L and one XL. Depending on what is needed, the battery capacity can be individually scaled in 0.5 kWh-steps from 2.8 kWh to 13.8 kWh. These energy storage systems, offering emergency power, are designed for the highest demands and thereby offer maximum flexibility.Read full article at Solar Novus