KORE Power Successfully Completed UL 9540A
KORE Power Mark 1 Solution Successfully Completed UL 9540A Module And Unit Level Testing KORE Power’s Mark 1 Solution was designed with safety as a priority.
The Mark 1 module integrates multiple safety features, including materials to prevent thermal runaway propagation per the UL 9540A test method. KORE Power successfully completed the UL 9540A module and unit level testing without propagation. Installation level testing is therefore not required when using the KORE Mark 1 Solution.
KORE has now completed the key safety certifications and testing required to deploy the Mark 1 Energy Storage Solution. With over 2 GWh of annual production capacity, a robust supply chain, and short lead-times, KORE Power is ready to support your energy storage projects.
About KORE Power:
KORE Power, Inc. (KORE) is headquartered in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, with operations in Waterbury, Vermont, and Buckeye, Arizona. KORE is the leading U.S.-based developer of battery cell technology for the clean energy industry. With clients in energy storage, e-mobility, utility, industrial and mission-critical markets, KORE Power provides the backbone for decarbonization across the globe. As the first U.S.-based, American-owned, and fully integrated provider of cells, batteries, and solutions, KORE is uniquely positioned to serve these markets. Through the construction and operations of its large-scale battery cell manufacturing facility in the U.S., KORE is positioned to operate at 12 GWh per year capacity. The facility (the “KOREPlex”) will operate with net-zero carbon emissions through strategic partnerships and solar and storage co-generation.
KORE Power’s differentiated approach provides customers with direct access, unparalleled service, superior technology, and Tier 1 product availability. Focused on building sustainable communities, clean energy jobs, and green economic expansion, KORE Power is proud to offer a functional solution to real-world problems and fulfill market demand to deliver a zero-carbon future. The KOREPlex is expected to come to Buckeye, Arizona, and be the anchor to the development of the Sustainable Valley by the end of 2024. For more information, visit www.korepower.com.