Montreal-based dcbel — enters an agreement with Celestica to produce its home energy station

The product will launch in California, Texas, and New York this fall.

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dcbel offers AI-driven sustainable technologies which enable people to leverage solar energy to power their cars, homes, and lifestyles.

Montreal — dcbel reached an agreement with Celestica to produce its flagship product, the dcbel r16 home energy station.

This engagement marks an important milestone in bringing dcbel’s smart home energy technology to customers, ensuring production ramp-up and delivery capabilities.

Celestica will provide engineering, manufacturing and assembly services for the dcbel family of products from its facility in Newmarket, Ontario.

“They have an extensive global reach, a proven track record, and deep experience with the design, manufacture, and distribution of defence, industrial and smart energy products,” explained Ron Denom, dcbel COO.

The dcbel r16 is a solar-ready home and EV charger with bidirectional power and home energy management capabilities.

Its unique positioning puts it in an entirely new product category and choosing a Tier 1 manufacturer capable of supporting a global release of the dcbel family of products was essential.

The dcbel r16 home energy station will launch in California, Texas, and New York in the fall of 2022.

The company is now accepting reservations from homeowners living in those states. In 2023, they expect dcbel r16 to be available in all 50 states, the UK, and France.

Derick Lila
Derick is a Clark University graduate—and Fulbright alumni with a Master's Degree in Environmental Science, and Policy. He has over a decade of solar industry research, marketing, and content strategy experience.

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