MPINarada is pleased to announce passing UL 9540A test certification at the cell, module, and system level for safe installation of stationary Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS), with particular regard to the fire risk posed by thermal runaway.
We are proud to offer one of the most energy dense, pre-populated, LFP, containerized solutions available on the market.
We have provided greater than 1.0 GWh of BESS installations globally. We work closely with end users, system integrators, and equipment providers to supply turn-key BESS solutions.
UL published UL 9540A, Test Method for Evaluating Thermal Runaway Fire Propagation in BESS in 2018, “to help manufacturers have a means of proving compliance,” to new regulations. These include standards introduced by the US National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), as well as changes to the International Fire Code currently in place (2018 IFC).
Established in 1994, Narada Power Source Co. Ltd. is a leader of Green Smart Energy and Industry Innovation as well as a provider of turn-key solutions. Narada has focused on high-end industrial battery technologies and has become one of the leading battery manufacturers and global battery suppliers of the world. Narada is a wholly owned subsidiary of Narada Holdings a global construction, real estate development, technology manufacturer, and original equipment manufacturer with over $8B in revenue annually and over 8,000 employees across the globe.
MPINarada is the North American operation located near Boston, Massachusetts with offices throughout North America. We provide local sales support, engineering and design capabilities, after sales service network, and multiple inventory locations to support the customer base. We provide one of the broadest variety of offerings with respect to battery solutions. These solutions include various battery chemistries for telecom, critical power, and energy storage. Additionally, these solutions can be provided as an integrated solution (cabinet, rack, containerized system) or as individual units (cells, modules, racks) for third party or on-site integration.