The systems are also being delivered from various distribution branches across the world. SegenSolar is also providing support to installers in the planning stages.

The storage systems developed by Tesvolt use prismatic battery cells. Tesvolt said the cells’ special design and chemical composition makes for the high charging speeds achieved by its storage systems.

The intelligent control system charges each individual cell and discharges at the optimal rate for a long service life.

Tesvolt storage systems reach up to 8,000 full charge cycles at 70% depth of discharge (DoD) and have a performance warranty of 10 years.

SegenSolar technical sales manager Jürgen Kreysern said: "Very few storage devices are capable of providing large quantities of energy quickly at capacities of 30 kWh or over, whilst still guaranteeing a high number of charge cycles. But Tesvolt storage systems can.

"The ability to control each cell individually ensures a long service life, even if there are often high charging currents."

Tesvolt offers storage systems in six different size categories with capacities ranging from 10 to 120 kWh.

Tesvolt Europe senior key account manager Ronny Schrottke said: "The German company SegenSolar has strong backing from its parent company, Segen Ltd, and the various Segen branches around the world make it possible to deliver within a very short time frame.

"SegenSolar is a fantastic distribution partner for our storage systems, which are enjoying rising demand – also internationally."

Tesvolt said it will introduce its storage systems at Intersolar Europe in Munich from June 22-24, 2016.

Image: Tesvolt battery system on display. Photo: Courtesy of TESVOLT SPEICHERTECHNOLOGIE.