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BSLBATT announces that it has now joined the Clean Energy Council as one of the 1000+ members! This move means that BSLBATT is demonstrating to the Australian market our commitment to quality and service best practices for lithium solar batteries for home energy storage.
BSLBATT Battery will receive the Clean Energy Council logo for its products and marketing materials. This mark indicates to Australian solar retailers and installers that BSLBATT's batteries have been repeatedly tested and verified by UL Solutions and a team of TÜV SÜD engineers. It also provides BSLBATT with the opportunity to target and work with renewable energy and energy storage companies and rooftop solar installers currently recognized by the Clean Energy Council to further advance the development of clean energy in Australia.
If you are a distributor or installer of solar equipment in the Australian market, you can be sure that BSLBATT Lithium will provide quality home lithium battery products and comply with consumer protection laws and support the future operation of our battery systems.
BSLBATT Lithium is a leading manufacturer of lithium battery energy storage systems for private homes as well as commercial, industrial, energy providers and telecom base stations. BSLBATT Lithium is one of the industry's strongest innovators in the pursuit of a 100% renewable energy future, reducing CO2 emissions and mitigating grid emissions. BSLBATT Lithium is one of the industry's strongest innovators, working to achieve a 100% renewable energy future, reducing CO2 emissions and mitigating the grid. The company has over 300 employees and is headquartered in Guangdong, China.
The Clean Energy Council is the peak body for the clean energy industry in Australia and is a not-for-profit membership organization that represents and works with Australia's leading renewable energy and energy storage companies and rooftop solar installers to promote clean energy in Australia. The Clean Energy Council is committed to accelerating the transition of Australia's energy system to a more intelligent, more sanitary energy system.