Thomas Yuan, AlphaESSThomas Yuan
Today, many homeowners are installing SolarTech solutions to reduce their electricity bills and protect the environment for future generations. ‘A battery system that allows you to go even further by storing surplus solar generation for use at any time, increasing your savings and providing additional backup power in case of a blackout,’ sounds like a bang for buck.

AlphaESS offers homeowners complete energy storage systems that meet the needs of a wide range of building types and demand profiles.


With that in mind, AlphaESS offers homeowners complete energy storage systems that meet the needs of a wide range of building types and demand profiles. As a pioneer involved in the industry at an early stage, AlphaESS has always held the mission of ‘enabling millions of people to live with reliable, accessible and clean energy.’ Schools, factories, petrol stations, and other commercial buildings with high energy demand levels can maximise their energy independence and reduce grid power demand with solar PV and battery storage. Even businesses without solar PV systems can benefit from the ability of batteries to reduce peak power demand and shift grid consumption to off-peak hours. Further, the company’s one-stop solution is specifically tailored for commercial and industrial facilities seeking to save on electricity bills, reduce exposure to rising energy prices, generate additional revenues from renewable energy, and reduce their environmental impacts.


Being one of the leading energy storage solution and service providers globally, AlphaESS specialises in the residential and commercial market, aiming to deliver the most cost-effective and fit-for-purpose solutions. To date, the company has installed nearly 400 battery systems across New Zealand and is running in over 50 countries, enabling millions of people to live with reliable, accessible, and clean energy. Additionally, the Alpha ESS Storion Eco series compromises complete solar storage systems, providing intelligent power storage that is eco-friendly, stable and resilient for every home, guaranteeing confidence and superior performance.

With years of experience in both the clean energy and battery industries, the AlphaESS team helps families and businesses reduce their electricity costs and achieve energy independence through their own power generation, storage, and optimisation. AlphaESS also aids its clients to become 100% energy independent, whether they’re in a region that lacks grid access or if they just want to unplug from the network. Its solar PV installation paired with a battery system can provide all or most of electricity consumption, and the addition of a backup generator can guarantee power supply during periods of prolonged bad weather. Additionally, AlphaESS can also enable communities with multiple distributed energy resources to share energy with a microgrid. This type of interconnected “virtual power plant” is ideal for areas with no grid access or communities that want to disconnect from the network.
  • the AlphaESS team helps families and businesses reduce their electricity costs and achieve energy independence through their own power generation, storage, and optimisation.


Since its inception, AlphaESS has focused on overseas markets, with wholly-owned subsidiaries in Germany, Australia, Italy, UK, Singapore, Japan, and Korea. Currently, the businesses have expanded to more than sixty countries globally and installed more than sixty thousand energy storage systems. Ranging from residential use to commercial & industrial use, Alpha’s products are applied in various fields and have been subject to multiple international standard certificates, including IEC, TÜV Rhine, KBIA, and JET. Furthermore, at Intersolar 2015, the world’s most influential solar exhibition held in Munich, AlphaESS entered the top 10 finalists of the EES Award as the only Chinese enterprise. Meanwhile, AlphaESS has also signed an insurance agreement framework with Mannheimer Versicherung, the biggest insurance company in the German PV industry, and became the first company to do so in the energy storage industry at all.