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What Certifications are Required for Residential ESS?

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What is Residential Energy Storage?

Household energy storage systems are designed to store energy in households, typically used in conjunction with a household photovoltaic (PV) system to supply electricity to the residence. Throughout the day, the electricity generated by the PV system is primarily used for loads, while any excess energy is stored in a battery. If there is still surplus electricity available, it can be optionally connected to the grid. Conversely, during nighttime when the PV system is inactive, the battery discharges to provide electricity for loads.

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Global Residential Energy Storage Market Analysis

The market demand for household energy storage can be broadly classified into two types. The first category, represented by Europe and the United States, is driven by the relatively higher electricity prices in these regions. In such areas, the primary objective of installing household energy storage systems is to achieve cost savings in electricity consumption.

The second category is exemplified by regions like Southeast Asia and Africa, where grid instability is a prevalent issue. In these areas, the main purpose of adopting household energy storage is to ensure a stable and reliable supply of electricity, protecting against disruptions in power availability.

Global Residential Energy Storage Market Analysis


What Certifications are Required for Residential ESS?

Energy storage is an important technology and basic equipment to support the new power system, which has strict certification standards in different countries and regions.

There are 4 main types of certification systems:

1. North America: UL certification system

2. Europe: CE certification system

3. Australia: CEC certification system

4.  Japan: JIS certification system

UL Certificates

UL certification is mainly for safety testing, as the joint national standard of the United States and Canada, it has very high recognition in the field of energy storage.

UL 1973:Tests for lithium battery packs, including combustion tests, overcharge protection tests, over discharge protection tests, temperature shock tests, etc., to ensure that the battery packs can operate safely in all kinds of extreme environments.

UL 9540:represents the functional safety certification of a packaged complete energy storage system, focusing on mechanical testing, electrical testing and environmental testing.

CE Certificate

IEC/EN 62619: Safety testing of energy storage batteries and battery systems, which not only conducts safety tests on cells and battery modules for external short-circuit, impact, drop, thermal abuse, over-charging, forced discharge, etc., but also evaluates the Battery Management System (BMS) for its functions of over-charging voltage protection, over-charging current protection, over-heating protection, and resistance to the spreading of thermal runaway.

IEC/EN 62477 or IEC/EN 62109: General standards for safety of energy storage PCS, which mainly cover requirements for protection against electric shock, energy, fire, thermal damage, mechanical and noise damage, and environmental stresses that may be generated during operation, storage and transportation of the product.

VDE 2510: A mandatory certification for the German market, covering the vast majority of safety risks involved in energy storage systems, including electrical safety, battery safety, electromagnetic compatibility, functional safety, energy management, transportation safety, installation safety, decommissioning management, etc. In May 2018, a new standard for low-voltage grid-connectivity requirements for energy storage systems, VDE-AR-E 2510-2, was released, which extends the energy storage system's safety requirements to the grid side.

UN38.3 Certificate

UN38.3 is the Dangerous Goods Transportation Certification for lithium batteries, which applies globally and is a safety and performance test.

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Why Choose Hisen Power for Your Energy Storage Supplier

Hisense Power is a professional residential storage system provider. With more than 10 years of experience, we have a team of top engineers from the world's top solar inverter and battery companies to provide our partners with stable, reliable and energy efficient home energy storage solutions.

In addition, Hisense Power's products have passed a full range of certifications such as UL and CE, which means that our products have undergone rigorous scrutiny in terms of quality and safety. Our stringent quality control process ensures that the products we provide are always of the highest quality. Therefore, by choosing Hisense Power as your energy storage provider, you will not only receive excellent technical support, but also be able to obtain certified high-quality products. We are committed to creating reliable and efficient home energy storage solutions for you.

No.CertificateStandardMarket
1InverterIEC62109European
2InverterIEC62477European
3InverterVDE4105German
4InverterDaskeGerman
5InverterVDE0126German
6InverterEN50549EU
7InverterNRS 097South Africa
8InverterCEI O-21Italy
9InverterPV SwitchAustralia
10InverterG99United Kingdom
11Lithium BatteryIEC62619European
12Lithium BatteryIEC62040Australia
13InverterAS 4777.2Australia
14SystemCEEU
15SystemUKCA-EMCUnited Kingdom


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