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Panasonic Expands EverVolt Energy Storage Options (Ind. Report)
Date: 2021-05-26
Panasonic is introducing four new EverVolt modules and a redesigned EverVolt Battery Storage cabinet with a reduced footprint. The expanded lineup of modules feature higher efficiency and enhanced performance as well as exceptional degradation rates.

The EverVolt battery storage is compatible with any solar module system or inverter and can be tailored to a homeowner's individual needs offering both AC- and DC-coupled options, the battery storage system can be scaled down to as little as 11kWh of energy storage or expanded to 102kWh. EverVolt battery storage system is also equipped with advanced software and a user-friendly app allowing customization between multiple operating modes and visibility into system status. (Source: Panasonic, Pr May, 2021)Contact: Panasonic,,

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Panasonic Ending Unprofitable Solar Cell Production (Int'l. Report)
Date: 2021-02-01
Osaka-headquartered electronics giant Panasonic Corp. reports its unprofitable solar cell manufacturing operations at its Malaysian plant and its unit in Unnan, Shimane Prefecture, will be terminated by the end of March 2022.

Despite the planned ending of its solar cell production, Panasonic will still continue sales of solar power systems to households and businesses. The Shimane plant will focus on the production of equipment used in electricity management. (Source: Panasonic, PR, Japan Times, 31 Jan., 2021) Contact: Panasonic,

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Toyota, Panasonic Partner on Li-Ion Battery Production (Int'l.)
Toyota, Panasonic
Date: 2020-10-07
In Tokyo, Prime Planet Energy & Solutions Inc. reports it will produce lithium-ion batteries for hybrid cars at a Panasonic factory in Tokushima prefecture, Japan, starting in 2022. The plant is expected to produce batteries for roughly 500,000 vehicles a year.

Prime Planet Energy & Solutions Inc is 51 pct owned by Toyota with Panasonic, one of the world's largest battery makers, holding the remaining stake. (Source: Prime Planet Energy & Solutions Inc., Automotive News Europe, Oct., 2020)Contact: Prime Planet Energy & Solutions Inc.,

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Panasonic, Span Offer Home Battery Energy Management (Ind. Report)
Date: 2020-07-06
N.J.-based Panasonic is reporting a strategic alliance with "smart" electric panel maker Span to deliver a combined energy storage and management offering that will give homeowners a new level of control over their battery backup power with intuitive energy management for the entire home.

When paired with EverVolt, Panasonic's residential home energy storage solution, consumers gain more control over battery backup power and access to simple whole-home energy management. Panasonic's EverVolt, available in AC- and DC-coupled versions, supports existing or new solar systems, and can be scaled down to as little as 11.4kWh of energy storage or expanded to 34.2kWh and comes equipped with advanced software. (Source: Panasonic, kerala, July, 2020) Contact: Panasonic Residential Solar; Span, Arch Rao, CEO,

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Span, Panasonic Offer Home Battery Energy Storage (Ind. Report)
Date: 2020-06-10
U.S.-based electric panel manufacturer Span Inc reports it is partnering with Panasonic to offer a combined energy storage and residential energy management product that pairs Panasonic's EverVolt residential battery system, which comes in two sizes: 11.4 kWh and 17.1 kWh , with Span's electric panel.

Span's electric panel is designed to monitor and control up to 32 circuits, all managed through a smartphone app . The Panasonic systems are intended for indoor usage and are available in DC-coupled or AC-coupled versions and can be retrofitted to existing solar systems. (Source: Span Inc., PV Mag., June, 2020) Contact: Span Inc, Arch Rao, CEO,,

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Panasonic Belgium, Japan Plants Reach Zero Carbon Status (Int'l)
Date: 2019-03-25
Panasonic Group reported last week that two of its factories -- Panasonic Energy Belgium (PECBE) and Panasonic Eco Technology Center (PETEC) in Japan, simultaneously reached zero-carbon production status in February, 2019. The company is aiming for carbon-neutrality across all of its of its production facities worldwide by 2050.

Carbon emissions reductions at the two plants were achieved by installing onsite wind turbines, switching to 100 pct procured renewable energy, using carbon offsets that comply with Verified Carbon Standards (VCS) and switching its boilers to energy-saving models. (Source: Panasonic, edie.met, 24 Mar., 2019) Contact: Panasonic Energy Belgium, +32 13 61 05 11,

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