Eric Clifton based in San Diego California has developed a simple home energy storage system called the Orison, that takes the form of the very first home battery system you can simply plug-in to install, says Clifton.
The Orison allows home and business users to store electricity when utility rates are low and then use that power for appliances and applications when rates are high. Watch the video below to learn more about how the Orison energy storage system functions.
Developer Eric Clifton explains more about the inspiration behind the home energy storage system which is taken to Kickstarter, and has already raised its $50,000 pledge with still 45 days left remaining on its campaign. The Orison also come supplied with its very own smartphone companion application enabling you to control and view the amount of energy you have in storage.
Let’s face it, when it comes to the future of energy, something has to give. Conventional resources are limited and the grid is overburdened and unreliable. Renewable energy sources like wind and solar are a critical part of the solution, but they’re also intermittent: limited to times when the sun is shining and the wind is blowing. And large amounts of intermittent energy simply can’t be accommodated our current energy grid. Fortunately, there’s a fix. One that reduces your energy costs and contributes to a self-healing, ultra-efficient energy grid. This single, elegant solution is Orison.
Orison gives you power over energy like never before. Whether you get your energy from the grid, a solar array, or some other source, you can now control when to store it and when to use it. Orison will automatically store energy when utility rates are low, and then use that energy to power your home or business when rates are high. During a power outage, it will automatically power your home or business and make sure none of your stored energy is sent back to the grid. By localizing your energy distribution, you save money and reduce peak demand on the grid.
Orison is now available to back via the Kickstarter website for early bird backers starting from just $1,200 for a 2.2kWh system with shipping expected to take place during August 2016. Follow the link below for more details and to make a pledge now.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Technology News, Top News