Solar Energy Storage Solutions Coming to Australia

Solar Energy Storage Solutions

Solar Energy Storage Solutions,  June 2014 – ( Solar Thermal ) – The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) today announced a $3.8 million investment in Sunverge Energy, through the Southern Cross Renewable Energy Fund.

ARENA CEO Ivor Frischknecht said Sunverge Energy offered a simple, cost-effective energy storage solution able to deliver solar power when it’s needed.

“This investment will help Sunverge Energy establish operations in Australia and bring its unique technology and utility-centric business model to our shores,” Mr Frischknecht said.

Sunverge Energy plans to work with energy retailers to offer solar packages that include its innovative storage solution.This approach has the potential for fast, widespread adoption of the technology, increasing the supply of renewable energy in Australia.

The Sunverge Solar Integration System combines advanced lithium batteries with a sophisticated control platform that allows power flows to and from the grid to be controlled.

Mr Frischknecht said that reducing peak load and improving grid reliability would address some of the challenges associated with integrating solar power into Australia’s grids.

“Solar storage also offers the potential for utilities to draw on solar power during a blackout and reduces the likelihood of outages,” Mr Frischknecht said.

By offering renewable energy systems without upfront costs, utilities can give Australian consumers greater choice and more control over their energy supply.Customers are able to use a mobile phone app to track how much solar is being generated, how much stored power is available, and how much money they have saved.

The lessons learned through the project will be publically shared in line with ARENA’s commitment to knowledge sharing.

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