Could Panasonic solar storage system solve Muskoka cottage blackouts?

  • 05 October

The 1,600-square-foot cottage’s system linked solar panels to an inverter that converted the energy into electricity to power the cottage and charge a lithium-ion battery. The stored energy could offset grid consumption during peak hours or run the cottage during a blackout.The system included both Tabuchi Electric and Panasonic technology. It produced roughly 89 per cent of the energy used at...

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US Battery Poncho’s Solar and Tabuchi America Develop Integrated Rooftop Solar PV + Battery Storage Solution for Customer Self-Supply Market in Hawaii

  • 24 September

Poncho’s Solar and Tabuchi Electric’s Post-NEM (Net Energy Metering) solar PV + storage system contributes to eliminating the purchase of energy from the grid during peak shift/spikes and flattens the Duck Curve. This innovative battery storage solution achieved 100% Renewable energy satisfying all of the residential household energy needs for a Honolulu home for 12 days.

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Achieving 100 Percent Residential Renewables in Hawaii with Solar+Multi-Storage

  • 01 August

At the 44th IEEE Photovoltaic Specialty Conference (PVSC-44) on June 29 in Washington, D.C., we presented a paper on our case study based on field data for the past 14 months starting from the June 1, 2016 installation of a 7-kWh solar PV system with a 5.5-kWh inverter from Tabuchi Electric and 10-kWh Li-ion battery. Those components were integrated and tied to the grid in a post-NEM, self-supply...

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Mercom: VCs invested US$480 million in battery energy storage in first half of 2017

  • 24 July

Having said that, the first half of 2016 only saw US$195 million in project funding for battery energy storage, in three deals, before a handful of large deals in the second half of the year picked up the slack as Advanced Microgrid Solutions and Tabuchi America netted US$200 million and US$300 million respectively.

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On the Scene: 11 cool things we saw at Intersolar 2017

  • 17 July

Now with a two-battery system setup, Tabuchi Americas continues to improve upon its solar+storage system (now more than 20,000 installs worldwide). Thanks to an integrated transfer switch, everything needed to get a PV + storage system up and running is included in the package, which means at least $1,000 soft cost savings over an unbundled system. In fact, this is one of the first UL 9540...

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The Week in Storage and Solar: Some Bright Spots at a Clouded Time

  • 13 July

Tabuchi Electric has been building hardware in Japan for almost 100 years. It's been focusing on solar inverters for the last 20 years, and has a storage system that combines its inverter with Panasonic lithium-ion batteries in 10- and 20-kilowatt-hour sizes. A partnership with Geli for battery management software will reach fruition in three to six months.

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Session Recaps From Intersolar/ees North America In San Francisco

  • 12 July

Technological advancements in energy storage are accelerating the growth of the residential market by optimizing supply and manufacturing processes. Daniel Hill from Tabuchi Electric highlighted the many benefits of increasing intersystem compatibility between PV and storage systems, stating, “The better the plug and play, the easier the installation.”

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Tabuchi Solar+Storage Debuts with UL 9540 Certification

  • 11 July

Tabuchi America, a specialist in residential hybrid solar-plus-storage manufacturer, announced today the launch of its Next Generation Eco-Intelligent Battery System (EIBS). The all-in-one system is compliant with the cUL 9540 certification requirements, which provides third-party validation of safety, reliability and efficient energy management for hybrid solar-plus-storage systems.

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Tabuchi America’s Next Generation Solar-plus-Storage System Debuts with UL 9540 Certification for Safety and Reliability

  • 10 July

New smart inverter and battery package future-proofs residential solar-plus-energy storage systems through compliance with latest regulations and independent certification

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Tabuchi America offers new solar-plus-storage gear

  • 10 July

Tabuchi America, calling itself the world's leading residential hybrid solar-plus-storage manufacturer, announced yesterday the launch of its "next generation" Eco-Intelligent battery system (EIBS). The all-in-one system is compliant with Underwriters Laboratories' cUL 9540 certification requirements (the "c" reportedly means "Canadian"), which provide third-party validation of safety,...

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