More evidence of sonnen leading the way in the residential storage space. This new project in Florida will allow renters to benefit from solar and storage with the house builder owning the batteries and having the ability to aggregate them to provide grid services. This can help with overcoming US regulatory and market barriers to aggregating multiple individual storage owners.
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“We’re going to reduce carbon dioxide emissions to the absolute minimum,” said sonnen Senior Vice President Blake Richetta. “Forget ‘produce as much as you consume’ — we need to offset carbon dioxide emissions as much as we put them into the environment.” The homes could pursue this mission by charging their batteries when power is cheap and lower-carbon, and discharging to the grid when peak demand pushes up the carbon intensity of generation. In its home country of Germany, which has a much more active residential storage market, sonnen operates a network of 30,000 home battery systems, which it aggregates for grid participation. It offers customers free electricity if they participate in the distributed power plant model.