Solar Insure adds FranklinWH to approved vendor list, backs monitoring and warranty


Solar monitoring and warranty company Solar Insure has added FranklinWH to its approved vendor list (AVL). FranklinWH has made big strides in the U.S. home energy storage market in only two years, and Solar Insure’s 20-year monitoring and warranty will only further differentiate its whole-home energy storage and management system.

“Being part of Solar Insure’s trusted list of vendors is the latest milestone on our road to rapid growth and success in the market,” said Vincent Ambrose, Chief Customer Officer at FranklinWH. “We are excited for this inclusion and for the opportunity it provides to enhance the value and assurance of our products for homeowners throughout the US and its territories.”

Solar Insure has offered technology, innovation, and service, along with an A-Rated insurance-backed warranty for solar systems, for over 15 years. This validation from Solar Insure further signifies FranklinWH’s product viability and long-term warranty specifications.

FranklinWH’s home energy management system consists of the aPower battery — offering the highest lithium iron phosphate (LFP) ac capacity on the market — and the aGate, an intelligent power control system.

“We are excited to welcome FranklinWH into our family of approved vendors,” said Ara Agopian, Chief Executive Office at Solar Insure. “Their commitment to quality, innovation, and customer satisfaction aligns perfectly with our core values at Solar Insure. FranklinWH’s inclusion in our approved vendor list (AVL) is a testament to their exceptional products and services, and we are excited about the enhanced value and assurance this will bring to our customers. This collaboration marks a significant step in our ongoing efforts to provide the best possible storage solutions in the solar industry.”

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