BLUETTI launches EP760 Home Energy Storage Solution for lower electricity cost in winter

BLUETTI, a leading clean energy storage brand, introduces the EP760 home backup power system for winter preparation. This innovation ensures continuous home heating and lighting during power outages without high energy bills.

Cost-Effective Energy Management

Compatible with various solar panels, the EP760 system stores solar energy at an impressive 9.000W maximum rate. This stored energy serves as a dependable power source during nighttime or unexpected outages. Even without solar panels, the EP760 features smart peak load shifting, enabling users to charge during low-demand hours and discharge during peak times, effectively minimizing energy expenses.

Tailored Capacity

With its modular design, the EP760 provides customizable energy storage. By combining the EP760 with two to four B500 battery packs, users can achieve an energy storage system ranging from 9.920Wh to 19.840Wh. This extensive capacity ensures a sufficient power supply during extended outages, guaranteeing consistent heating throughout winter.

Versatile Application

Designed to adapt to diverse environments, the IP65-rated EP760 is water and dust resistant. Operating under 50 decibels, it easily fits into homes, cabins, and sheds. Its compact design allows vertical stacking, optimizing space usage. The internal self-heating function enables smooth operation even in temperatures as low as -20°C, making it suitable for frigid regions.

Durable and Safe

Safety and longevity are paramount to BLUETTI. The EP760 features reliable lithium iron phosphate batteries, known for their endurance of over 3.500 life cycles—equivalent to a decade of use. With a 10-year warranty and local service teams, BLUETTI ensures worry-free operation and support.

Availability and Free Trial

The EP760 will be available on September 15th with a debut price of 5.999 euros.

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