EverVolt™ is Panasonic's residential energy storage system powered by the same lithium ion batteries found in the world's leading electric vehicles. With EverVolt you can store your excess solar power for when you need it most or sell your surplus energy back to your local utility.
What makes EverVolt different from other energy storage systems on the market?
Available in both AC or DC coupled options for new and existing solar systems
Flexible sizing options with modular batteries (up to 102 kWh)
Uses the same battery cells that power many of the world’s electric vehicles
Multiple modes of operation which can be easily controlled from our user-friendly mobile app
10-year full-system warranty from one of America’s most trusted brands with a 102-year history of innovation
Quality technology with over 60 years of experience in battery R&D and production
EverVolt can integrate with an external generator to provide additional layers of resiliency
What are the applications of the EverVolt?
With the EverVolt system you can:
Stay Connected! Have back-up power during power-outages
Store and sell excess solar power (participate in net-metering programs)
Set time-of-use schedules to reduce your utility bill
Get one step closer to grid independence
What is the difference between the DC-coupled and AC-coupled systems?
In general, DC-coupled systems are great for new solar panel installations and AC-coupled systems are perfect if you already have an existing solar system. Your Panasonic installer will assist in recommending the best solution for your needs.
Do I need a solar system to use the EverVolt?
No, you do not need a solar system to power your EverVolt system.
Is EverVolt compatible with all residential solar systems?
Yes. If you already have a solar system on your rooftop, simply call your Panasonic installer to install the EverVolt system. If you are planning to couple your EverVolt system with solar, remember to ask for Panasonic HIT® high efficiency solar panels.
What is the warranty period on the EverVolt system?
The EverVolt system comes with a hassle-free 10-year limited warranty for all its components with a guaranteed battery performance at 60% capacity at the end of the warranty period.
Can I integrate an external generator with the EverVolt system?
Yes, the EverVolt inverter can be integrated with an external generator.
What are the advantages of EverVolt over a generator?
The EverVolt system is a clean, noise-free source of back-up power with higher energy capacity than a generator which allows you to make the most of your generated solar power. You also do not have to worry about refilling EverVolt with fuel during extended outages!
Is the EverVolt system eligible for tax credits and incentives?
The EverVolt system is eligible for certain incentives and tax credits. If you have specific questions about incentives available in your region, we can connect you with a local Panasonic authorized installer to learn more.
How long can I power my house with EverVolt? Can I power my air conditioners and well pumps with the EverVolt system?
Different types of essential loads can be powered by the EverVolt, provided maximum power drawn is within system capacity (5.5 kW). An average household can run basic appliances for 6-9 hours with a single EverVolt system. If larger appliances such as A/C units, EV chargers, or pumps must be powered during a blackout, we recommend installing a minimum of two EverVolt systems.
Your Certified EverVolt Installer will be able to explain the system sizing and design that would be ideal for your energy requirements.
Is the EverVolt system rated for indoor or outdoor applications?
The EverVolt system is rated for indoor environments only. This allows for reduced operation and maintenance (O&M) costs as the entire system is field serviceable by a Certified EverVolt technician.
Can I stack multiple EverVolt systems?
For the DC-Coupled system, you can stack up to 3 EverVolt systems with each system having two battery banks each, for a total energy capacity of 102 kWh. AC-Coupled stacking will be available in July.
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