FranklinWH is growing U.S. distribution network (Greentech Renewables is the latest)

Growing Homeowner Demand Drives Expansion of FranklinWH Distribution Network

Demand for FranklinWH systems has been exceptionally high in recent months, the company says, noting that its roster of distributors is growing steadily. Distributor Greentech Renewables is the latest to start distributing its whole-home energy power management solution.

“Creating a national network of trusted distributors is necessary to ensure FranklinWH products arrive on-time and with the highest quality customer service,” said FrankinWH U.S. general manager and co-founder Gary Lam.

Others include Inxeption Energy, Fortune Energy, The Power Store, Van Meter, Inter-Island Solar Supply, R&R Solar Supply, and SolWel. FranklinWH solutions are also AVL-listed with multiple financial institutions including Mosaic, Sungage Financial and GoodLeap.

Franklin Home Power (FHP) is a whole-home energy management solution that integrates solar, battery, grid, and generator power sources and manages them to optimize the safety, reliability, and efficiency of home energy.

“Adding an energy management system with battery storage to a solar system sounds like the logical and easy thing to do, but many systems are just too complex,” said Barry Cinnamon, CEO at Cinnamon Energy Systems. “We have found that FranklinWH products have the simplicity and reliability we need. Their supply chain, including effective distributor support, has been responsive to the rapid increase in customer demand.”

FHP’s powerful, integrated home energy management system consists of the aGate X, an intelligent power control system to intelligently manage home energy sources, and the aPower X battery — offering the highest lithium iron phosphate (LFP) AC capacity on the market. Learn a ton more on this episode of The Pitch:

Listen to more in-depth conversations on Solar Builder's YouTube channel

Our most popular series include:

Power Forward! | A collaboration with BayWa r.e. to discuss higher level industry topics.
The Buzz | Where we give our 2 cents per kWh on the residential solar market.
The Pitch | Discussions with solar manufacturers about their new technology and ideas.


Comments are closed here.