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Fox ESS announces new ANZ distributors

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Fox ESS, a leader in the development of inverter and energy storage solutions, has announced new distribution partners in Australia and New Zealand.

According to the company’s LinkedIn post, it is pleased to announce five leading solar wholesalers in the Australian market as authorised distributors of the Fox ESS product range.

The new partners will distribute the Fox ESS inverters, energy storage, and EV product ranges across Australia and New Zealand.

The partners include Tradezone – Online Electrical Wholesaler, MMEM GREENTECH, Rexel Solar Outlet, and Middy’s Electrical.

Michael Zhu, Fox ESS CEO said all of these five distribution partners provide industry-leading solar knowledge, experience and support in their respective markets.

“Our new ANZP distribution landscape will support Fox ESS continued growth and brand development in the APAC region,” Zhu said.

Lyren Liu, Fox ESS vice president of sales, said the company is delighted to welcome its new distribution partners.

“We believe that all parties share the Fox ESS vision of being on the forefront of reliable, cutting-edge solutions for inverters and high power and competitive battery storage solutions,” Liu said.

Since its inception in 2019, Fox ESS has been at the forefront of developing cutting-edge inverter and energy storage solutions. The company has a team of world-class experts, engineering products that break new ground, offering Australian customers unrivalled performance, reliability, and advanced features.

According to Clean Energy Council (CEC), home batteries are the next step in Australia’s electrification journey.

“They will help Australians use more of their solar energy, provide security from blackouts and slash energy bills. They’re also critical to Australia’s target of 82 per cent renewables by 2030,” CEC said on its website.

Fox ESS’ partnership with these major distributors is anticipated to further strengthen the company’s position in the renewable energy market and contribute to Australia’s ambitious renewable energy targets.

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