Vermont utility Green Mountain Power, and Tesla,
. . . are offering a low price for home backup batteries:
. . . $15 per month.
The latest version of the Tesla PowerWall 2.0, is
. . . “twice the energy, and almost twice the power [of Powerwall 1.0]
. . . at almost the same cost.
The Powerwall 2.0 could conceivably power
. . . an entire home through a 14 hour blackout.
GridLogic Software, may cut costs for the Utility,
. . . by storing energy in peoples home batteries,
. . . as the utility generates excess energy, when no one is using it, (Midnight-dawn)
. . . or when storms are forecast, and
. . . drawn energy back from local batteries, during peak usage times (Noon-night).
5-13-2017 Source: #Energy Storage: $15 a Month
#Energy Storage: $15 a Month
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