Power to the people: Australian battery maker to create solar sharing communities

By Sophie Vorrath

Queensland-based battery maker RedEarth Energy Storage has announced plans to focus on the development of what it calls Personal Power Plants, or PPPs, to give its customers the option to trade their stored solar energy within a select community, either for profit, or for the pleasure of sharing with family and friends.

RedEarth, whose range of lithium-ion battery energy storage systems includes the first Australian-made “all-in-one” residential BESS to gain Clean Energy Council accreditation – the SunRise – says the PPPs will use proprietary technologies and “bolt-ons” to give consumers more control over their power.

The full article is available at One Step Off The Grid.

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