Is there a national standard for batteries?

Is there a national standard for batteries?

The Australian Standard is AS/NZS 5139:2019 – Electrical installations – Safety of battery systems for use with power conversion equipment. Refer https://www.solarquotes.com.au/blog/battery-standards-australia-mb1250/
There is a Best Practice Guide and Risk Matrix developed by industry associations involved in renewable energy battery storage equipment, with input from energy network operators, private certification bodies and other independent stakeholder groups and individuals, as well as consumer and electrical safety regulators.The guide only applies to lithium-based battery storage equipment https://batterysafetyguide.com.au/

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