The capabilities for each battery are impressive and extend beyond simply savings, with each battery able to integrate with Amazon Alexa, Google Home and other home automation devices using Z-wave technology. This will make the battery storage system the centralised brain for the home, giving residents the ultimate control over how, when and where they use power. Each battery uses intelligence and features that can understand and react accordingly to factors including outdoor temperature, time of day and appliance use.
“We see this technology as the natural progression towards a wider electrification of the grid, in part due to anticipated uptake of electric vehicles. The battery interface will grow and evolve with your home and its needs, with the ability to connect devices and applications as these are made available, much like customising the apps on your mobile phone. These will integrate household appliances to the battery, and will allow access to everything from electric vehicles, right through to basic electronics, such as your refrigerator,” says Mr Williams
“It’s a case of luxury meeting technology here at The Nines. When buyers are looking for bells and whistles, it’s not the unusable added extras. In this current market, it translates to efficiency, independence, reliability, control and savings. The move to battery power for The Nines means it can be offered to its buyers in spades,” concluded Mr Williams.