Sanmina, Primus Power to produce grid-scale energy storage systems
As part of the agreement, Sanmina will assemble and test EnergyPods at its Silicon Valley manufacturing facilities
Sanmina Corp. and Primus Power announced a manufacturing agreement focused on the growing energy storage market.
Sanmina is a manufacturing solutions company making some of the world's most complex and innovative optical, electronic and mechanical products, including complex power systems and inverters. Primus Power developed the EnergyPod, a distributed energy storage system that bolsters the stability and security of the electric grid, while offering power density, reliability and portability.
As part of the agreement, Sanmina will assemble and test EnergyPods at its Silicon Valley manufacturing facilities.
Sanmina provides a range of solutions for companies in the energy markets, including solar, wind, oil and gas, fuel cell, LED lighting and battery systems. The company's eight Silicon Valley facilities provide end-to-end solutions including PCB design and fabrication, enclosures, machining, new product introduction, system assembly and test.
The manufacturing agreement is a key element of Primus Power's global operations strategy. The company's first customers will start receiving EnergyPods in the coming months. They include municipal and investor-owned utilities, as well as microgrids at military bases.