Australia, Renewables, Solar, Storage

Growatt simplifies Australian solar with all-in-one solution


In a move to address the needs of the Australian solar market, Growatt, a leading global inverter manufacturer, has developed a groundbreaking all-in-one energy storage solution tailored specifically for the Australian residential sector.

Recognising the industry’s demand for faster and more efficient solar installations, Growatt has combined a hybrid inverter, lithium-ion battery, smart meter, and all necessary cabling into a single, seamless package. This innovative approach aims to reduce installation time by 50 per cent or more, helping installers optimise their time and costs.

“The Australian market is characterised by a strong preference for completing residential solar installations in a single day,” a Growatt spokesperson said.

“Our all-in-one energy storage solution directly addresses this need by streamlining the setup process and eliminating the complexities associated with traditional energy storage systems.”

The core of the solution is the SPH 3-6KTL-HUB hybrid inverter, paired with Growatt’s ALP 5-40kWh modular battery. This combination offers a capacity range from 3kW to 6kW, with the ability to stack up to eight battery units for a maximum capacity of 40kWh.

To further enhance the installation experience, Growatt has incorporated several innovative features, including an integrated smart meter, one-click diagnostic tools, pre-wired cables, and a smart bypass function. These features significantly reduce the time and effort required by installers, allowing them to complete the job more efficiently.

“By working closely with local installers, distributors, and industry organisations for nearly 18 months, we’ve developed a solution that truly addresses the unique challenges faced by the Australian solar market,” the spokesperson said.

“We’re confident that this all-in-one energy storage solution will play a pivotal role in driving down installation costs and time, ultimately making solar more accessible to Australian.”

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