GoodWe Launches Upgraded Energy Storage Inverter ES G2 for the Residential Solar Market


    GoodWe (Stock Code: 688390), a world-leading PV inverter and energy storage solutions manufacturer, launched its powerful single-phase, low-voltage hybrid inverter – ES G2 Series. Taking changing demands of households into consideration, the inverter comes with improved features for the residential customer segment, such as optimized energy backup, peak shaving, and system flexibility.


    GoodWe emerged as an innovator in energy storage systems since the release of the ES series in 2014 which is still of the most popular hybrid inverters available. In response to the innovation of component technology and the constantly changing market demand, the upgraded ES G2 series aims to bring more returns and benefits to customers. For homeowners looking to achieve a high degree of energy autonomy, uninterrupted power supply and affordable energy prices, the ES G2 is the right choice. The modern design and smart home integration abilities help fulfill customer expectations.


    The ES G2 inverter, ranging from 3 to 6 kW, is a single-phase hybrid inverter designed to increase the self-consumption of the generated solar energy. Its smart design offers great flexibility for demanding scenarios as it supports peak-shaving function and parallel operation for capacity expansion up to 30 kW. Along with its capability to start/stop a connected diesel generator, ES G2 can ensure system redundancy and improved reliability. Importantly, the inverter can automatically realize UPS-level switching to the backup mode in less than 10ms.

    Also Read  Solis Shines Bright at Technical Seminar in Lebanon Unveiling New Product Innovations

    ES G2 is compatible with a wide range of low voltage batteries such as GoodWe Lynx Home U battery. The resulting system can therefore ensure a reliable power supply in regions or areas subject to frequent power outages.

    With an integrated plug-and-play solution, compact design, and minimal weight, PV installations are quicker and easier to complete than ever before. Moreover, ES G2 enhances operational safety with the remote shutdown, Type II SPD on the DC side, integrated DC switch, IP65 protection as well as optional arc fault circuit interruption (AFCI) on the DC side to provide all-round protection for the inverter and even the whole PV system.

    “Across all regions, there is a strong demand for energy autonomy and affordable, clean power. We are continuously developing our portfolio to fulfill these needs,” said Rong Shen, Vice President of GoodWe. “ES G2 inverters are designed for families to get the most of their PV investment and to enjoy the benefits of generating green power from the sun.”

    Also Read  Recurrent Energy Signs Up Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority as Customer for 160 MW Solar Project

    By launching the upgraded ES G2 inverter, GoodWe expands the company’s offering for low-voltage PV applications. Furthermore, as GoodWe is investing heavily in developing its one-stop EcoSmart Home solution, ES G2 will definitely take a key position in making up an intelligent power ecosystem for homeowners. With the expansion of its energy storage product portfolio, GoodWe is believed to continuously keep a strong foothold in the industry.

    About GoodWe:

    GoodWe is a world-leading PV inverter and energy storage solutions manufacturer and is listed as a public limited company on the Shanghai Stock Exchange (Stock Code: 688390). With an accumulative delivery of more than two million inverters and installation of 35GW in more than 100 countries and regions, GoodWe solar inverters have been used in residential and commercial rooftops, industrial and utility-scale systems and range from 0.7kW to 250kW. GoodWe has more than 3600 employees situated in over 20 different countries and is regarded as the Global No.1 storage inverter by Wood Mackenzie in 2020. For more information, please visit

    Leave a Reply

    This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.