To tackle to negative effects of climate change various companies are taking necessary steps to reduce the carbon footprint and achieve carbon neutrality. This Bluetti generator will debut at CES 2022

The world is witnessing a huge demand for lithium batteries as a lot of companies are entering the EV market and shifting to renewable energy-based products. We all are aware of the shortage and high prices of lithium-ion batteries and citing the same, Bluetti, has developed the world’s first sodium-ion generator.

Bluetti has integrated the sodium-based battery technology into the new NA300 sodium-ion generator. Alongside this a compatible battery pack, B480 has been introduced. The product can become an overnight sensation if the claims from the company are true. The claim is that it can go from 0-80% in just half an hour time.


The generator can intake more power from the sun in a short period of time using the 6,000 W swift AC + PV dual charging technology. There will be four 20A plugs and one 30A L14-30 output port to connect various home appliances.

NA300 and B480 have a capacity retention rate of more than 85%. They deliver a system integration efficiency of more than 80% when it operates in low-temperature environments.

Users can combine two B480 battery modules, which pack 4,800Wh of capacity each, to get a 12,600 Wh power station. This can provide emergency electricity for up to two weeks for an average family when the power goes out.

Coming to the price of the sodium-ion solar generator, there is no information about that as of now. Bluetti will debut both the NA300 and the B480 at CES 2022, which is set to kick off on January 5.

About Bluetti

Bluetti is the manufacturer of home power stations like generators, photovoltaic panels and has recently started working on sodium-based generators. Instead of developing lithium-based generators, it has turned to sodium as both metals have similar chemical properties. Moreover, compared to lithium, there is over a thousand times more sodium available in the Earth’s crust.