Victron Energy was founded in 1975 by Reinout Vader. Victron designs and sells inverters, chargers and more related power conversion products for automotive, industrial, marine, mobility, off-grid/solar, self-consumption, and telecom markets.
Its products include accessories, autotransformers, batteries, battery isolators and combiners, battery monitors, battery protectors, cables, chargers, DC-DC converters, DC distribution systems, inverters/MPPTs, isolation transformers, panels and system monitoring products, solar charge controllers, solar inverters and panels, and transfer switches.
BYD is the world’s leading producer of rechargeable batteries: NiMH batteries, Lithium-ion batteries and NCM batteries. BYD owns the complete supply chain layout from mineral battery cells to battery packs.
These batteries have a wide variety of uses including consumer electronics, new energy vehicles and energy storage. BYD has also taken the lead in developing a new business model known as PV + Storage, aimed at eliminating bottlenecks in traditional photovoltaic power generation and meeting diverse market needs.
TAB was established in 1965 as a subsidiary of Rudnik Mežica Holding (Lead Mine Mežica Holding) in a region where different lead activities are more than 350 years old. For the first 15 years TAB was a licence partner of Tudor, Sweden. Tab’s products includes starter batteries and industrial batteries.