Marley extends renewable system offereing to housebuilders with addition of battery and inverter solutions

As housebuilders look to enhance the saleability and energy efficiency performance of new homes, Marley has further extended its renewable technology package with the launch of new solar inverter and battery storage solutions.

Now available alongside the company’s established integrated solar PV full roof system, the addition of the ES G2 hybrid inverter combined with the new Lynx Home U Series battery solutions, can be complemented by a Clearline EV Charging Point to provide housebuilders with a single source solution to deliver a comprehensive roofing and renewable technology package that offers power from the roof, through the home, to the road for home buyers.

Combined solution

The new low voltage lithium battery, as an energy storage option, is compatible with the new ES G2 Hybrid inverter – a compact and highly efficient inverter designed to supplement rooftop solar PV systems, such as Marley SolarTile®, allowing end users to optimise and store energy from a sustainable source via the roof. The ES G2 Hybrid inverter provides an AC output range from 3.6 to 6.0 kWh, whilst the battery offers a 5.4 to 32.4kWh wide capacity range.  

Both the battery and inverter offer IP65 protection for safe outdoor installation if required. Installation is also streamlined, thanks to the pre-wired inverter which saves time on site. 

Ideal for residential applications, the battery and hybrid inverter combination can support home buyers who are looking for properties which can reduce their reliance on the grid via renewable technologies.

The addition of the battery and hybrid inverters enhances Marley’s SolarTile® offering which can be installed as a fully integrated roofing system from one manufacturer.  

Daniel Redfern for Marley says: “We are delighted to aid housebuilders as part of their commitment to build lower carbon homes in line with updated Building Regulations, by bolstering our renewable technology package through the introduction of high performing battery storage and hybrid inverter solutions. Fully complementing the Marley SolarTile® – the UK’s first fully integrated solar roof panel, and EV charger – the complete renewable system solution supports housebuilders looking to assist home buyer demands for a more sustainable and energy efficient future. 

“The new additions to our expanding renewables portfolio are further evidence of Marley’s ongoing commitment to supporting housebuilders as we transition to a net zero future.”