Power and energy management
Powering your home
Powering a home has moved on from reliance on the grid. With millions of American homes experiencing outages each year, often caused by major weather events, it’s no surprise so many people have historically invested in generators. But times are changing and people wanted a cleaner, more efficient solution. Homeowners are looking for a home battery company who will deliver a reliable, robust solution.
California and Texas take the two top spots for most frequent outages in the US (more than 600 combined per year) but they’re not alone. We understand the frustrations many homeowners experience. That’s why we’re always looking at alternative power solutions for our clients.
Home battery power
We are also one of only a handful of certified sonnen battery integrators in Texas, meaning we can battery power your home leaving it less reliant on the grid. The battery produced zero emissions and offers 24/7 protection.
With a state of the art home battery discreetly installed in your garage, you will enjoy a smart, clean energy management system that adapts and changes with your daily lifestyle. It is not just a battery, but an investment in your home. It is something you may not know you need, yet won’t be able to live without.
We can monitor a home’s energy consumption and production in real time, storing historical data of individual circuits. We can harness energy from renewable sources, such as solar, and store it to manage any dips or outages and cleanly and efficiently power your home.
Using your intelligent sonnen battery and adapt energy system, you’ll be prepared for any storm. This system can monitor the weather for storms in your area and will automatically prepare your home by charging your battery to 100%, and pre-cooling the home, so you’re comfortable.
Adding climate control to your home automation system allows you to check or change the temperature of your AC or heating remotely. We can also do clever things like programing your system to automatically reduce the fan speed and therefore the noise level of the AC when you switch on your projector in your home theater or media room.