Energy Storage System
EVERVOLT™ HOME ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEM
Optimize your solar investment and create a more resilient energy future. With EverVolt you can store your
excess solar power for when you need it most or sell your surplus energy back to your local utility.
• Modular design with storage options from 11-17kWh to fit your needs*
• User friendly app to easily see your system’s performance
• Multiple operating modes
• Three main components for simple installation
• 10-year Panasonic warranty
What is EverVolt™?
•AC or DC coupled for new and existing solar systems
•11.4 or 17.1 kWh of energy storage –scalable to 102 kWh per home
•Lithium-ion battery technology using Panasonic’s 18650 battery cell used in many electric vehicles
•5.5 kW / 23A of continuous backup power per EverVolt
•Intelligent software to maximize your ROI
•Unique features including generator integration, high reliability, recyclability and faster availability shipping within 30 days.
Freight to Destination
EverVoltSystem: Inverter, Battery Modules, Enclosure, Hardware Kit, App
When to choose a DC System?
New PV systems
When to choose a AC system?
Existing PV system with inverters that are under warranty and prefer to use AC modules.
DC System Sizing
PV array sizing is governed by the inverter PV input
•1 x EverVolt = 6.5 kW DC
•2 x EverVolt = 13 kW DC
•3 x EverVolt = 19.5 kW DC
•Stacking systems to increase backed up load capability
•2 x EverVolt = 9 kW / 46A
•3 x EverVolt = 13 kW / 69A
An external generator can be used to power backed up loads when batteries reach 10% SoC
•Generator auto-start capability for electric start models
•Compatible with generators that deliver clean 240 VAC at 60 Hz. Single-phase and three-phase generators are not compatible.
•Should be sized to provide enough power and current for all loads.
•Minimum recommended size is 7.5 kW.
What can I backup during a power outage with oneEverVolt system?
•Cell phones / tablets / computers
What can I backup during a power outage with 2-3EverVolt systems?
Basic loads as per above plus:
•Small A/C units
•Small well / pool pumps
•Electric Vehicles (low charge setting)
•Additional heating elements (electric stove, toaster, espresso machine, etc.)
Other costs such as 3rd party electrician Installation Costs to be aware of (supplied by other) in addition to solar and batteries:
•Permitting and plans set: $700-1000
•Additional Materials e.g. Essential loads panel, conduit, cabling: $600
•Installation 1 day for two people: $1500
•Additional costs can include: length of wire run, hidden conduit, difficult in pulling loads to backed up loads panel