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Axion Power International Inc., a developer of lead-carbon PbC batteries and energy storage systems, says its Residential Energy Storage Hub has achieved certification to UL1741, IEEE 1547 and Canadian Standards Association safety standards.

The certification will effectively allow the unit to be marketed and installed throughout North America. The UL1741 Standard covers converters, inverters, controllers and interconnection system equipment for use with distributed energy resources.

The Residential Energy Storage Hub offers home power for the high-end residential market segment, as well as an ability to store energy from renewable sources or from the electric grid.



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