PanelClaw will integrate Yotta Solar panel-level battery into its mounting systems as ballast replacement

Yotta, a developer of solar panel-level energy storage solutions, and PanelClaw, a flat roof racking manufacturer, have announced they will develop Yotta’s patented SolarLEAF energy storage solution as an attachment to PanelClaw’s rooftop racking system. The SolarLEAF system is the world’s first and only thermally protected panel-level energy storage solution. It will soon be seamlessly integrated in the PanelClaw system and placed in lieu of heavy concrete blocks.

“Because the SolarLEAF system replaces or reduces the need for concrete blocks on ballast racking, it enables a compact, versatile and seamless integration of solar-plus-storage for rooftop systems,” said Costa Nicolaou, CEO of PanelClaw. “Now, project developers and solar integrators will have a rooftop storage solution that is easy to install, scalable and is safe.”

PanelClaw’s flat roof racking systems will come pre-engineered and fully equipped for the SolarLEAF attachment, making the addition of energy storage simple for solar developers and utilities by eliminating the design and site-specific complexities that come with centralized storage. The SolarLEAF reduces project and operational costs by eliminating the need for large enclosures, HVAC and fire suppression systems required by other battery technologies. It also lowers expensive shipping costs associated with heavy ballasts and centralized energy storage systems. Yotta’s patented passive thermal regulation technology shields the battery from both hot and sub-freezing temperatures, resulting in a longer service life, industry-leading efficiency for combined solar-plus-storage and higher overall solar generation.

“The demand for cost effective energy storage is rapidly growing and will be critical to the future growth of solar. We created the SolarLEAF to make adding energy storage seamless for solar developers and utilities by eliminating the design and site-specific complexities that come along with centralized storage,” said Omeed Badkoobeh, Yotta’s co-founder and CEO. “We’re excited to team up with PanelClaw to deliver energy storage to its extensive customer base.”

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