CCL and sonnen are offering the latest and most proven storage technology to enable homeowners and businesses to use their solar electricity day and night, whilst also enabling them to change the way that they manage and control their energy. CCL have specialised in offering full technical support in the Grid-Tied and Off-Grid Markets for many years and continue to offer solutions to minimize energy costs and enable system owners to contribute to the protection of the environment.
“The UK has been through a rough time over the past year in the solar market. At CCL we have been providing energy storage solutions since the company was formed in 1997. Our new partnership with sonnen will provide our customers with a perfect energy storage solution which is expandable over time depending on the customer’s budget or energy requirements. We believe this is a perfect solution for the UK domestic market and some smaller scale commercial applications. The sonnenBatterie system can be retrofitted to existing installations or added to new installs, and sized to suit the needs of individual homes,” commented Paul Brooks – Director at CCL Components Ltd.
Martin Allman, sonnen’s UK Country Director, said: “We are investing heavily in the emerging UK battery storage market and are delighted to be working with CCL as our first UK distributor. CCL’s extensive experience in offering battery storage solutions makes them an ideal partner as we develop our position as the market leaders in behind-the-meter energy storage solutions. With a comprehensive stock holding and next day delivery service. CCL are able to provide a first-class service to the rapidly growing number of sonnenBatterie installers throughout the UK.”
The sonnenBatterie is an “All-in-One” storage system that integrates a smart energy manager, bi-directional inverter and high performance Lithium Iron Phosphate battery modules which come with a market-leading warranty of 10,000 charge cycles and a service life of 20 years. With its unique modular design, the sonnenBatterie can be sized to suit the needs of the end user with storage sizes ranging from 2 kWh to 16 kWh.
The intelligent energy management evaluates the consumption data of the user and incorporates weather data to determine the optimal time periods for loading and unloading of the battery. In addition, electrical appliances or heating devices can be controlled to optimise the consumption of self-generated solar power in the home.