you don't even understand their "sales model". IPWR's sales team doesn't sell products to projects. They sell the tools to developer teams. the developer teams buy/use IPWR's tools in their projects to create competitive advantages.
The fact that you believe in the tech and company is meaningless. Fact is, less than a handful of people outside of IPWR have any real information about B-Tran's viability.
You aren't one of them.
since so many worthless inverter comparisons continue to haunt this board here is a real product to compare.
7.6kW weighing 57 lbs.--islanding capable and solar plus batteries
--IPWR's kW to weight ratio is MUCH better for both of its UL listed inverters. Efficiency is slightly less than pika's claim.
1) I don't know enough about BTRAN to concur.
2) yes, the inverters being compared to IPWR's aren't worth comparing as they don't have the same functionality . Some even require additional pieces of equipment to even begin to make a valid comparison.
3) yes, behind the meter I think is what you mean--IPWR's 125 kW unit suggests the utility scale application isn't far off
The sales cycles for this product will be slow, so if you don't have patience, there are better places to put your money. For the whine clubbers that bother to read this post: #$%$
so storage ALONE would qualify for the ITC? no need for solar also to qualify?
where there is a significant enough "residential" Demand Charge, there will be a residential storage market. Many utilities risk speeding up storage's adoption by fighting residential solar through imposing residential demand charges. Currently a very few markets have residential demand charges--so there is no immediate need for a residential product from IPWR. PLaying in the C&I space is risky enough. ...and you want IPWR to double down and produce a product for an even less formed market??
LG is in the process of supplanting Panasonic as the world's #1 battery maker--they will be getting all of tesla's business soon.
"residential AC battery" --so many sales with so little profit. Wait til you see the actual bottom line. Princeton power is also very good at selling their products at a loss. this is a pump and dump retail stock play
they are worthless NOW and they will be worth the same later.