The German company, the world’s largest producer of household battery and solar energy storage solutions, has said it will manufacture 50,000 energy storage systems in Adelaide over five years to create a ‘virtual power plant’ under a five-year deal with the South Australian Government.
The move is expected to create more than 430 jobs across sonnen’s battery factory operations and installation division within six months of the centre opening.
The company added that it will use Adelaide as its central shipping facility for Australia, and the Asia and South Pacific region.
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