A significant advancement in the field of renewable energy occurred last Sunday (May 19) with the announcement of the collaboration between Ian Solar, JA Solar, Solis, and Dyness, along with the release of the Solis 50KW Inverter and Dyness high-voltage full-scenario energy storage solution at the Conrad Hotel.

With an emphasis on innovation and premium solutions, Dyness has launched high-voltage full-scenario energy storage solutions such as BF100, Stack100, and Stack280, catering to various requirements in industrial and commercial settings.

“We are thrilled to introduce a game-changing product that will not only revolutionize the energy landscape but also bring tangible benefits to Filipinos across the nation. The innovation and efficiency of our HV full scene product matrix are set to empower businesses and communities, paving the way for a brighter and sustainable future for all,”

Viki Yang, Director of Dyness Philippines
Energy Storage

The BF100 is a DC Battery system featuring ultimate security, flexible expansion and high efficiency. It supports a wide voltage range and flexible capacity option from 71kWh to 100kWh. With a reserved DC expansion interface, it is easy to conduct capacity expansion on the DC Side. The BF100 adopts 280Ah LFP cells, which has high energy density. It is also equipped with a self-developed EMS (energy management system), which can reduce the system energy consumption and improve the charging and discharging efficiency. The BF100 could ensure ultimate safety through a preventative fire strategy with three-level detection and TMG which ensure active firefighting remains effective in the event of a power outage.

The Stack100 is equipped with the industry’s first stacked built-in air duct thermal management system, while it can reach up to 1C charging and discharging rate, and is backed by a 10-year warranty to ensure the high efficiency and quality performance of the system. Due to its stacked modular design structure, it can be handled by two people in 30 minutes, saving installation costs and space. In addition, each module has a built-in aerosol fire extinguisher to ensure the safety of the battery system under extreme conditions.

The Stack280 is a good choice for customers with high energy consumption needs and high electricity consumption requirements. It is equipped with a long-cycle control software that guarantees a long system life and 0% capacity degradation for 5 years.

Solis has also launched its latest cutting-edge inverter technology, the S6-EH3P(29.9-50)K-H. This device seamlessly ensures unparalleled versatility and performance. With a maximum charge and discharge current of 140A/70+70A, it can charge 1 kWh in just 60 seconds. In addition, with 4 MPPT inputs and up to 20A of single-string current, 2 inputs available per MPPT, this latest Solis C&I energy storage inverter is perfectly compatible with high-power modules, ensuring maximum efficiency and compatibility with solar modules. Unlocking the potential of uninterrupted energy, whether on or off the grid, it supports two types of generator connections and enables remote control for ultimate convenience.

“The product launch marks a pivotal moment in shaping the Philippine energy landscape, heralding a new era of sustainability and innovation. With our cutting-edge solutions from Ian Solar Energy Corp., in collaboration with Solis and Dyness, we are not just introducing a product; we are revolutionizing the way energy is harnessed and utilized. This launch signifies our commitment to driving positive change and empowering the Philippines towards a greener and more efficient energy future. Together, we are lighting the path towards a brighter, sustainable tomorrow,”

Emil Wang, President of Ian Solar Energy Corp
Energy Storage

At the same event, the four companies showcased their successful partnership by revealing their slogan “Light of Tomorrow – Driving Energy Innovation,” sparking enthusiasm among industry experts, corporate executives, and environmental champions.

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