Residential storage is legitimized by collaboration with solar developers

Combining residential solar with small-scale energy storage is far from a new concept. Early-stage ventures have been playing in this space for years, including Sunverge (see the April 4, 2012 LRSGJ), and low-cost, low-quality, off-the-shelf systems have been around even longer. However, these produ...

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