Certifications play a crucial role in ensuring the safety, reliability, and performance of residential energy storage systems. We consider these certifications as essential factors in selecting residential energy storage systems to support sustainable and efficient energy use.

IEC 62619: The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) has established IEC 62619 as the standard for safety and performance requirements of secondary batteries for use in renewable energy storage systems. This certification focuses on the electrical and mechanical aspects of energy storage, including operating conditions, performance, and environmental considerations. Compliance with IEC 62619 demonstrates the product's adherence to global safety standards.


ISO 50001: While not specific to residential energy storage systems, ISO 50001 is an internationally recognized standard for energy management systems. Achieving ISO 50001 certification demonstrates a company's commitment to managing energy efficiently and reducing carbon footprint. This certification is sought after by manufacturers of energy storage systems as it highlights the product's contribution to sustainability.