EcoInternational officially unveiled the EcoFlow line of portable power, and renewable energy solutions products at its showroom in Accra. Guests from major media outlets attended the reception for a first look at EcoFlow’s industry-defining portable power stations, smart solar technology, and the world’s first portable home battery with an expandable ecosystem now available in Ghana.
Since 2017, EcoFlow has provided portable power stations, home backup power, and eco-friendly off-grid solutions in over 100 markets including the US, Japan, China, Australia, Europe, Nigeria and now Ghana to reinvent the way the world accesses energy.
“The availability of sustainable power is critical to the success of any community’s economy, and that is what EcoFlow stands to make available to all Ghanaians to address the country’s uncertain power situation,” said Diana Adwoa Nyarko, the General Manager of Megamax Electronics, EcoFlow’s distributor in Ghana.
Following the welcome, Samuel Ayim Mawuli, head of Business Development at EcoInternational, demonstrated EcoFlow’s range of renewable portable power stations including the RIVER Pro, DELTA and DELTA Max 1600+400W Solar Panel.
EcoFlow Product details:
The RIVER Pro is a flexible and portable device with a quiet operation that does not run on gasoline or fuel with an AC output of 600W, a base capacity of 720Wh expandable to 1440Wh with an extra battery, and fast charging powered by EcoFlow’s X-Stream technology.
DELTA features a first-of-its-kind two-way inversion technology that converts AC to DC power and vice versa with a 6x AC Outlet safely charging safely from 0-80% in under an hour with the X-Stream Fast Charge.
DELTA Max 1600+400W Solar Panel
The DELTA Max 1600+400W Solar Panel bundle is portable, self-supporting, and has high efficiency connecting up to 2x 400W Max Solar charging speeds which can be monitored, controlled, and managed using the free EcoFlow app via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi connection.
“EcoFlow’s thoughtfully designed, smart, and powerful energy solutions are ideal for residential and commercial customers seeking a reliable alternative to traditional, outdated sources such as gas generators through innovation to power homes, businesses and service industries,” shared Mawuli during his presentation.
Ayitey Bilson, a Support Engineer at West Africa PDSA Company Limited shared his company’s positive experience with the DELTA Max 1600 for use in the mining sector to power lighting and select machinery on work sites.
“Ghana has a seemingly limitless supply of sunshine and one of the unique distinguishing characteristics of EcoFlow’s power stations is its solar compatibility, which allows users to charge the units using solar panels while also lessening their carbon impact. We invite everyone to visit our showroom to demo the EcoFlow products and learn more about their capabilities,” added Mawuli.
The EcoInternational Showroom featuring EcoFlow products is located at Dansoman Roundabout, O2 Bus stop, Accra. Ghana.