ScottishPower to deliver ‘smart’ batteries to households

ScottishPower will deliver “smart” battery systems to houses in Scotland. It will receive 47 energy storage systems with a capacity of 1MWh from battery maker Moixa. The technology help customers save […]

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By Jacqueline Echevarria

ScottishPower will deliver “smart” battery systems to houses in Scotland.

It will receive 47 energy storage systems with a capacity of 1MWh from battery maker Moixa.

The technology help customers save money through accessing smart tariffs, store excess solar energy for use during peak hours or share batteries with the grid for a range of network saving benefits.

Households can check their energy, battery and solar use in real time on a smartphone or ipad and identify improvement opportunities.

Moixa claims it has already delivered its technology across 500 cities in the UK through deals with other suppliers including British Gas, SSE and green energy firm Good Energy.