Just six months ago, Coda Holdings made a big change. It went from being an electric vehicle (EV) company to being an energy storage company. Today, the company announced its energy storage system known as the Coda Core has received UL 1973 certification, the stamp of approval from the prominent product safety board. UL gives certifications for mostly electrical products, and the UL 1973 certification includes testing at the system level.
Coda says all primary components of its energy storage system, including battery cells, inverters, and software, have all been independently certified.
“UL 1973 certification transforms energy storage from a nascent technology into a safe, plug-and-play appliance,” said Pete Nortman, CODA Energy’s Chief Operating Officer in a statement on Tuesday.
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