| February 2, 2024

Sigenergy Expands Its Presence in the Australian Market

Following its successful debut at last October’s All Energy Australia exhibition, Sigenergy is poised for rapid growth in the Australian market. The company has now introduced its full product portfolio, setting ambitious goals to reduce energy costs and contribute to Australia’s energy independence.

As a leading energy innovator, Sigenergy is at the forefront of energy storage solutions, underpinned by a strong entrepreneurial spirit and a commitment to innovation. The company’s leadership team boasts some of the industry’s most seasoned and accomplished professionals, notably its Founder and CEO, Tony Xu. Prior to founding Sigenergy, Tony played a pivotal role in establishing and maintaining the world’s leading inverter brand for many years. He subsequently built an industry-leading AI business in China, establishing a strong track record of success.



Sigenergy’s flagship product, SigenStor, represents a groundbreaking advancement in energy storage technology. It is a versatile 5-in-1 energy storage system that seamlessly integrates solar power with energy storage and bi-directional EV charging. Suitable for residential, commercial and industrial (C&I) settings, SigenStor incorporates a DC EV 25kW fast charger—a first of its kind feature in the industry. With this integration, users can charge their electric vehicles at an impressive rate of 130 km per hour, all powered by clean energy. Furthermore, the system offers V2X functionality, enabling the vehicle to serve as an additional energy source during emergencies, such as power outages, and also provide VPP dispatch functionality.

SigenStor’s modular design sets it apart as the most installation-friendly solution in the market. Real-time installation tests have revealed that a single energy controller and three batteries can be swiftly installed in just 15 minutes. What sets it apart even further is its remarkable scalability, accommodating up to six batteries per device, offering a maximum capacity of 48kWh per stack. This can then be scaled up and expanded to include many systems in parallel, resulting in multi MWh storage capacity. Such versatility makes SigenStor the ultimate choice for commercial and industrial (C&I) applications, catering to a wide spectrum of storage requirements.




One of SigenStor’s key distinguishing features is its deep integration with AI. Sigenergy has developed the mySigen App, an energy application powered by GPT-4 technology, making it the first energy app of its kind. Sigen AI, the app’s intelligent service assistant, is capable of handling a wide range of tasks, from answering queries to troubleshooting. It acts as a device management assistant, offering control over the entire energy system, from adjusting display settings to scheduling EV charging times. Additionally, it generates energy charts that empower users to gain a deeper understanding of their energy generation and consumption, effectively serving as a home energy analyst.


Sigenergy’s commitment to innovation and sustainability positions it as a pioneer in Australia’s evolving energy landscape. With its cutting-edge solutions, the company aims to redefine the way Australians consume, store, and manage energy, contributing to a more sustainable and efficient future.

For more information you can watch a recent interview between Sigenergy’s Australian Managing Director Will Hall, and renewable energy expert Glen Morris who recently installed one of the innovative Sigenstor systems on his off-grid property in Melbourne, Australia:

For any enquiries please visit https://www.sigenergy.com/en or contact Sigenergy’s Australian MD, Will Hall on 0400108934 or will.hall@sigenergy.com



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