JuiceBox Energy, a San Jose, California-based company, has just developed its own 8.6 kWh lithium-ion energy storage system, thus making its entrance into the residential energy storage market.
This can be used for both solar energy storage and smart home connectivity. Customers are able to operate independently of the grid and reduces peak power consumption and fluctuations on the grid, saving money for both the customer and the utility.
The system is designed for wall-mounted installations for new and existing solar energy installations and uses cellular connection to monitor, control and update the system via web-based applications. This allows customers to keep up with evolving smart grid standards and tariff rate structures managed by utilities.
Neil Maguire, CEO at JuiceBox Energy, says their system “is a safe, reliable clean technology that puts the customer in charge of their renewable energy.”
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