IKEA sells home batteries

IKEA sells home batteries

Ikea partner Solarcentury has an online calculator that gives savings estimate based on your postcode

IKEA has been started selling home batteries through its home warehouses in the UK. For this purpose, the company associates with Solarcentury, UK’s biggest solar supplier.

The home batteries are offered in combination with solar panels. Customers who have already purchased solar panels through IKEA can expand their system with a home battery. Read More

IceBattery integrates with building cooling system

IceBattery

IceBattery storage is a commercially-proven and reliable technology. Each ice battery is designed to last 20 years and requires minimal maintenance.

Over heard about the IceBattery?

California-based Ice Energy inked an agreement, in June, making the Melbourne-based Apricus the exclusive distributor of all its thermal energy storage products in Australia, covering all market segments, including utilities, commercial and industrial, and residential.

IceBattery energy storage technology could dramatically change the way people cool their homes in summer – potentially cutting household peak power consumption by up to 95% – is poised to take on the Australian market, through a distribution deal with local solar hot water company Apricus.

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Piko Home Battery System

Piko Home Battery System

The complete sys­tem con­sists a bat­tery in­verter (PIKO BA) the bat­tery (PIKO Bat­tery) and accessoires (PIKO BA Sen­sor and PIKO BA Backup Unit).

The Piko Home Battery System is not new. But its approved, smart and it makes you autonomous from the grid.

People who are choosing for solar PV, often want to be independent from the grid.

This is possible with this German, so thoroughness, battery system allows you to increase your self-consumption and reduce your energy costs. 

The complete sys­tem con­sists a bat­tery in­verter (PIKO BA) the bat­tery (PIKO Bat­tery) and accessoires (PIKO BA Sen­sor and PIKO BA Backup Unit). Read More

Stanford: Cheap Battery with Urine

Stanford: Cheap Battery with Urine

Festivals encourage the donation of urine. It could be also used for batteries according to Standford University

Researchers at Stanford University have developed an inexpensive battery for renewable energy. This is done by making use of urea, a substance which is to be found in fertilizers and urine. Isn’t this great news? 

Standford University in a press release:

A new low-cost, high-performance battery could provide an inexpensive storage solution for solar power, which is abundant during the day but must be stored for use at night.

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xStorage home energy storage

xStorage home energy storage

Eaton and Nissan said that, unlike Powerwall, xStorage will include professional installation and all requisite extras, such as cables.

Nissan and Eaton make home energy storage reliable and affordable to everyone with ‘xStorage’. Providing a sustainable ‘second life’ for Nissan’s electric vehicle (EV) batteries after their first life in cars is over.

The partners are collaborating to unveil a new residential energy storage unit. They intent to design the most affordable and reliable home power storage system for households. Read More

Blue Ion Continuum – powerful home battery

Blue Ion Continuum - powerfull home battery

The 8 kWh Blue Ion Continuum battery is a potential game changer: it stores more energy than the 6.4 kilowatt-hour Powerwall and it’s made of better materials

The new Blue Ion Continuum battery stores more solar energy than the Tesla’s Powerwall, and it is reportedly made of sturdier stuff.

This home battery was launched by one of the co-founders of The Tetris Company, Henk Rogers. 

After reading about the destruction of coral, Rogers started Blue Planet Energy to help end dependency on fossil fuels.  Read More