Huawei FusionSolar has introduced an integrated system for residential solar energy solutions during its launch on Friday.
With a growing number of homeowners jumping on the solar bandwagon, the home energy storage system dubbed Luna 2000 is a device that stores electricity as chemical energy.
The theme of the day at the Nairobi event was carbon neutrality.
Huawei CEO Will Meng gave a glimpse to the inroads Huawei has made and to officially launch Luna 2000.
“We pride ourselves for working towards reducing our carbon footprint and for accelerating carbon neutrality in the countries we operate in,” Meng said.
He said Luna 2000 is suitable for residential scenarios and an expound on FusionSolar Smart PV solutions for commercial and industrial scenarios.
The chief guest Joseph Njoroge commended Huawei’s new innovation.
“In the energy act 2019, renewable energy is one of the critical subjects devoted in the act and this product meets those requirements. I would like to thank Huawei for launching this product in Kenya,” Njoroge said.
“Not only will it increase the self-consumption rate of solar energy but also can provide critical support during power outages or load shedding.”
Huawei’s new range of products has been developed to focus on optimal electricity cost, active safety and better experience.
For solar energy users, Huawei launched an advanced solution for C&I and residential customers based on the ‘Optimal Electricity Cost and Active Safety’ concept.
Source: The Star News