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Flux Power Holdings Inc., a provider of energy storage systems, has added a standard interface for solar and grid storage applications. This interface is able to control many industrial components, such as inverters used for power management in solar and grid applications, the company explains.

Flux Power has entered into an agreement to work with Terra Steward, an energy independence and sustainable living product supplier, to bring these energy storage products to the market.

Under the terms of the agreement, Flux Power is providing the technology and integration support with a third-party inverter supplier to deliver a packaged, grid storage solution that can support a range of alternative energy applications in the residential, industrial and commercial markets. Terra Steward is providing the installation and support services for the solution into the end user environment.




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