Powering the Energy Storage Revolution
Eguana Technologies is one of the leading suppliers of power control solutions for residential and commercial energy storage systems.
Distributed energy storage systems enable higher levels of renewable energy supply and better utilization of our existing grid infrastructure by shifting controls to the ‘Grid Edge’.
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Shaping The Future Electric Market
As the early market leader, Eguana is driving the boom of distributed renewable generation by providing innovative and cost competitive energy storage solutions for the “grid edge”.
Patented Global Electronics Platform
Eguana’s patented bi-directional Power Control Platform has been deployed in thousands of fuel cell, solar and energy storage applications around the world.
Eguana’s residential AC Battery™ is a battery integrated power control solution for backup power, PV self consumption, and aggregated grid service applications.
Eguana’s commercial AC Battery™ brings our popular battery-integrated power controls and grid service support to three phase applications such as commercial demand charge management.
Eguanaâ€™s flexible, patented Bi-Direx™ Power Electronics can be integrated to create your very own AC Battery, whether based on Lithium Ion, Redox Flow, Sodium Ion, Lead Acid, or any other emerging chemistry.
“Distributed energy storage will drive growth in distributed generation in the US from the current level of 1% of total installations to as much as 1/3 of America’s installed capacity by 2017.”
The Economist, 2014
“Once it is more cost-effective to build solar with storage than to build a combustionturbine... that is 'game over.’ At that point, it will be all about consumer-driven markets.”
US FERC Chairman, Jon Wellinghoff, 2014
“We believe that solar + storage could reconfigure the organization and regulation of the electric power business over the coming decade.”