Energy & Power
New Residential Energy Storage Hub provides surge protection
October 6, 2012 By Alyssa Dalton
October 6, 2012 – Rosewater Energy Group says it has developed a solution that enables homeowners to utilize the benefits of renewable energy sources and harness all incoming power to the home—including power from renewables, the grid, and/or auxiliary generators. The new Residential Energy Storage Hub is an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) designed to provide constant power output from various power sources, including solar panels and wind turbines. The unit conditions incoming power and auxiliary power to help protect critical systems including valuable electronics and systems and smart home control technologies, says the company. The hub uses a 10kW/12kWh power quality conversion switchgear that utilizes UPS technology and corrects many common power quality problems that can occur with power from the grid, renewables and back-up generators, it adds.
ROSEWATER ENERGY GROUP
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