SAN FRANCISCO (March 2, 2021) — Sunverge, the provider of an industry-leading real-time Distributed Energy Resource (DER) control and aggregation platform, today announced that the Sunverge Energy Platform and the Sunverge Infinity intelligent edge controller are now fully integrated with EverVolt, the residential energy storage system (ESS) from leading technologies and solutions developer Panasonic.

The Sunverge Energy Platform and the Sunverge Infinity intelligent edge controller are now fully integrated with EverVolt, the residential energy storage system (ESS) from leading technologies and solutions developer Panasonic.

Together, Panasonic and Sunverge provide homeowners with newfound control over their self-generation and energy use, while providing advanced orchestration and aggregation VPP capabilities such as real-time flexible load management and grid services to utilities, grid operators and third party aggregators. All of Sunverge’s advanced platform features are now supported and running with the Panasonic EverVolt Energy Storage System.

Through this integration, Sunverge expands its platform footprint, enabling co-optimization and aggregation of consumer services, grid services and ancillary market services. This enables customers to achieve benefits such as bill reduction, maximizing self-consumption, backup power, time-of-use and dynamic pricing, and demand charge management while also providing grid services such as frequency response, frequency regulation, voltage support and demand response. It will also provide system benefits such as local system flexibility and resiliency, carbon reduction to local distribution utilities and enablement of bidding aggregated ancillary services into wholesale markets.

“Together with Panasonic’s EverVolt battery storage system, Sunverge’s advanced DER platform can provide homeowners with greater control over their energy consumption and help them avoid costly time-of-use electricity rates during peak consumption hours,” said Dan Glaser, Senior Sales Engineer at Panasonic. “Sunverge’s integration with EverVolt battery storage creates a flexible energy management system that benefits both homeowners and utilities.”

“The opportunity to deliver advanced dynamic and multiservice VPP capabilities with global energy storage leaders like Panasonic is further validation for the Sunverge real-time DER control and aggregation platform,” said Sunverge CEO Martin Milani. “DERs are a critical component of the distributed and federated smart grid of the future. Intelligent, real-time and adaptive flexibility through dynamic multi-objective optimization of consumer, grid and market services are instrumental to optimizing significant system wide integration of renewables generation and achieving carbon reduction goals while maintaining system reliability, affordability and improving local resiliency.”

If you are an energy industry professional who is interested in learning more about Sunverge’s capabilities, please contact info@sunverge.com.