1. LG Chem Unveils New Battery Storage, Adding More Choice for Solar Households

    LG Chem Unveils New Battery Storage, Adding More Choice for Solar Households

    LG Chem, the South Korean company with the biggest share of the grid-connected battery storage market in Australia, has released its new generation systems, promising they will offer more choice, and be cheaper, smaller, lighter, and with improved aesthetics. LG Chem, which claims nearly half of the nascent but rapidly growing Australian grid-connected market, is offering low voltage and high voltage options to Australian households, with its new battery storage systems ranging from a stackable 3.3kWh lithium-ion system to a 9.8kWh system.

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    1. There is a massive sustainability potential that is yet to be unlocked if Australia wants to be 100 per cent powered by renewable energy.
    2. If a user chooses to expand its photovoltaic system, the capacity of the storage system can also be adjusted accordingly
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