In this month’s edition of The Current, we discuss our appearance at the upcoming TecHome Builder Summit and more. Click here to read the entire email.
We cannot believe it is already October and this is the first trade show of the year! Our very own EVP of Sales & Marketing, Aric Saunders, will be discussing our brand-new home builder offering at this year’s TecHome Builder Summit in Seattle.
When: October 5-7th, 2021
Where: Seattle, WA — Washington State Convention Center Register Here
In case you missed our latest video, PowerPod 2 Owner, Alex R. of Santa Barbara, CA gives us a tour of his home and how the PowerPod keeps him powered day-to-day.
Whether you’re interested in saving money or benefitting from clean, reliable backup power, we have a solution to fit your energy storage needs. Contact one of our experts today to learn how you can meet your energy goals with the PowerPod 2.
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The grid failures caused by Hurricane Ida last month were primarily the result of downed transmission lines – showing why we need to be thinking of power delivery in a new way, and why energy storage should be part of that conversation.
Home energy storage like our PowerPod 2 can help create resilient microgrids, giving you energy independence for worsening climate-related events. Learn more about the economic, environmental & humanitarian benefits of transitioning to microgrids.
As America sees rising electricity prices, did you know energy storage is one way to help lower your bills? You can cut your energy usage & may even be able to sell excess power back to your utility. More on projections for higher energy bills from WSJ.
“Wind, which accounts for a little more than 6 percent of U.S. generation, has become the cheapest energy source in many parts of the country. Top wind power states include California, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Iowa, though turbines can be placed anywhere with high wind speeds—such as hilltops and open plains—or even offshore in open water.”