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SPI 2018 – High Voltage, ExprESS, Installer I.Q.

Planning to attend Solar Power International next week? Visit SimpliPhi in Booth 3220.
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 Join SimpliPhi at Energy Storage International + Solar Power International
September 24-27 in Anaheim - Booth #3220

If you're planning to attend Solar Power International + Energy Storage International in Anaheim next week, visit SimpliPhi in Booth 3220 to get a first look at our new PHI High Voltage and ExpRESS portable products, plus our best selling PHI batteries and Genny Emergency Kits.

SimpliPhi Introduces PHI High Voltage Energy Storage System For the Commercial & Industrial Market

SimpliPhi High VoltageSimpliPhi is ramping up its offerings for the commercial and industrial market with the introduction of a dynamic and scalable PHI High Voltage energy storage solution for commercial and industrial applications that offers the ability to tailor voltage, capacity and power output for project-specific performance. It supports greater control and reliability without toxic coolants or thermal monitoring to achieve peak shaving, load shifting, emergency back-up and demand response functions.

PHI High Voltage stacks feature modular battery building blocks that can be sized and scaled and installed without heavy equipment, instead of the one-size-fits all, large, cumbersome battery banks common in other C&I offerings. In addition, when a building, facility or campus requires multiple voltage, capacity and power output parameters at different locations, each PHI High Voltage system can be optimized for that location’s unique use case. SimpliPhi’s safe LFP chemistry eliminates the need for complex, expensive and bulky cooling equipment reducing system cost, footprint and any parasitic loads.

Get a First Look at ExprESS: the Newest Addition to SimpliPhi's Mobile Product Line

SimpliPhi ExprESSLike its highly sought after predecessor the PowerBank, ExprESS is a battery-powered AC generator and Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) that stores electricity for use when power from the grid is unavailable or intermittent, including during emergencies and black-out scenarios. Fully charged, the ExprESS offers either 5.4 kWh/24V or 7 kWh/48V -- a sufficient reserve to operate computers, appliances, AV equipment, refrigerators, power tools, fans, electric blankets and medical equipment for hours or days at a time. Because it is enclosed in a NEMA-3 rated cabinet on wheels, ExprESS can be deployed inside or outside in a wide variety of commercial and emergency use cases.

SimpliPhi Debuts Installer Qualification Program: SimpliPhi I.Q.

To better serve our network of installers operating in more than 35 countries and growing worldwide, SimpliPhi is introducing a new Installer Qualification Program, SimpliPhi I.Q., to provide ongoing continuing education, sales support and co-marketing support to our partners in the field. Two tiers of certification are available, at no cost to participants.

To kick off the program, Lead Technical Trainer Troy Daniels will deliver four 10-minute introductory SimpliPhi I.Q. training sessions in Booth 3220 at Solar Power International. The trainings will be held at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Tuesday, September 25 and Wednesday, September 26. No registration is required.

See CEO Catherine Von Burg discuss the role SimpliPhi’s full range of energy storage solutions are playing in emergency response efforts worldwide as part of a panel entitled The Roles of Storage and DER in Disaster Recovery and Resilience on Wednesday, September 26 from 2:30 to 4 p.m. in room 204B.
Email us today to set up a dedicated meeting time with a member of our team. We look forward to seeing you in Anaheim!

Vote for Project of the Year: Taking the Governor Off-Grid

Please cast your vote for "Calif. Governor Brown’s Micro Grid | Williams, Calif. | 14 kW" for Solar Builder's 2018 project of the year! SimpliPhi is proud to have teamed with Jason Andrade and West Coast Sustainables to build the Governor's residential microgrid.

Voting is underway and runs through the last day of Solar Power International on September 27.