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GCL-SI to ship another 1,000 residential energy storage units to OSW in Australia

The E-KwBe residential energy stroage unit. Credit: One Stop Warehouse
GCL System Integration Technology, a subsidiary of GCL, will distribute another 1,000 of its energy storage units to an Australian wholesale partner One Stop Warehouse (OSW).

Under the deal, the 1,000 E-KwBe intelligent storage units will be shipped in October.

The E-KwBe uses lithium cells to store excess power from residential solar PV systems during the day to provide electricity at night to save money for consumers.

Shu Hua, president of GCL-SI said: "The E-KwBe brings the everyday consumer one step closer to independence from fossil fuels by maximizing the use of free energy from the sun. This intelligent product is highly accessible to those with solar panels because it is compatible with most, if not all, mainstream inverters on the market."

This is the second deal that GCL-SI has signed with OSW for the E-KwBe product. In the first, GCL-SI agreed to ship a total of 1,000 E-KwBes to OSW, the first batch of which arrived in Australia in September and has already been successfully installed in Brisbane to glowing reviews.

In a previous deal, GCL-SI had already agreed to provide 1,000 E-KwBe product to OSW, of which the first batch arrived in Australia in September and installed in Brisbane.

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