09. April 2012 · Comments Off · Categories: News · Tags: , , , ,

Sony Corporation (“Sony”) today announced that it has acquired ‘UL Subject 1973’*3 safety standards accreditation in stationary storage batteries from UL (Underwriters Laboratories), an international third-party testing and accreditation institution, for its energy storage system comprised of an energy storage module launched in April 2011 and a controller that controls both charging and discharging in addition to storage battery conservation that was launched in January 2012. This is the world’s first*2 energy storage system*1 to obtain this accreditation under ‘UL Subject 1973’ from UL. The energy storage module itself was also granted this accreditation.

via Sony Global – News Releases – Sony’s Energy Storage System*1 Acquires World’s First*2 U.S. Safety Standards Accreditation ‘UL Subject 1973’*3 from UL.