When: September 9th, 2021, 5:30 PM PST
Where: Online Register: 100% of your ticket purchase will support accessible renewable energy for everyone!
Last month, we announced our presence at this year’s North America Smart Energy Week/SPI in New Orleans. With heavy hearts, we’ve been watching the fallout from Hurricane Ida’s destructive path through Louisiana displacing thousands and crippling the state’s infrastructure. Ultimately, we decided it’s best for us to skip this year’s SPI as the region recovers from the storm. For those who may be interested in helping with the rebuilding process, PBS has a fantastic donation resource here. 2021 marks the second year that we will be missing out on SPI but we hope to see you in person again soon!
Looking ahead, we will be exhibiting at the Techome Builder Summit in Seattle this October 5-7th! The registration for this event is now open.
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Our PowerPod 2 home battery is a great complement to a fully electrified home. As California transitions new & existing homes to 100% electrification, energy storage is a great way to put power into your hands.
California’s energy market is benefiting from the state’s growing storage capabilities, as grid operators can store energy during low-usage, low-priced hours. Check out UtilityDive’s article to learn more about the state’s energy transition.
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