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Trojan Battery teams up with Su-Kam to launch tech for solar inverters in India

US firm Trojan Battery and India’s Su-Kam Power Systems launch deep-cycle battery to strengthen solar and inverter portfolio in BRIC country

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The Su-Kam/Trojan INV-150 battery will power inverters for solar farms in India

US technology company Trojan Battery has teamed up with India’s Su-Kam Power Systems to launch a deep-cycle battery for solar energy inverters. The co-branded battery aims to strengthen Su-Kam’s solar and inverter product portfolio in India. 

The Su-Kam/Trojan INV-150 features Trojan’s deep-cycle battery technology. According to the Trojan Battery, companies and residents in India and surrounding territories will benefit from the US-made components featured in the INV-150 deep-cycle battery. Trojan said advancements such as T2 Technology, proprietary Alpha Plus Paste and Maxguard separator work in synergy to deliver exceptional battery performance.

Kunwer Sachdev, founder and MD of Su-Kam Power Systems, said: “With Su-Kam’s alliance with Trojan Battery, we wanted to combine our world-class inverter technology with the long-lasting and reliable battery technology from Trojan. This alliance will help both companies strengthen their solar product portfolio in India. We are confident that Trojan Battery powered solar and inverter products from Su-Kam’s product offerings will provide reliable, cost-effective energy solutions to our customers. Su-Kam looks forward to a long and successful relationship with Trojan in the future.” 

Su-Kam’s solar and inverter solutions address both residential and commercial applications starting from 250VA to 500kVA. 

Mat Segal, senior vice president of international sales for Trojan Battery, said: “The INV-150 is being well received by Su-Kam’s network of distributors throughout India and the region. As a co-branded battery from Trojan and Su-Kam, customers in the region can be confident that the INV-150 will provide the uninterrupted power to support their day-to-day energy needs. This is the first time the company has shared its brand with a company in this part of the world, reflecting Trojan’s confidence, specifically, in Kunwer’s leadership.”

According to Su-Kam, both companies will continue to explore additional opportunities for deep-cycle battery solutions, which include power back up applications in the industrial business market segment.