Japanese firm to use UK AI software for battery storage

A Japanese firm has invested £5 million in a battery storage technology company in the UK. Under the partnership, Itochu Corporation will use Moixa’s GridShare software, which uses artificial intelligence (AI) to optimise the performance of batteries. It can manage large fleets of deices to support solar generation, control electric vehicle (EV) charging and function […]

Domestic storage firm energised by £2.5m investment

A domestic battery storage firm has secured £2.5 million of new investment. Moixa has received £1 million from the Greater Manchester Combined Authority and will open a new office in the city. The regional sales and delivery centre in Manchester will drive the company’s growth in the north-west of England by offering solar and storage products to […]

Japanese utility invests £500k in UK battery firm

A Japanese energy firm has announced a £500,000 equity investment in a UK battery company. Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), which serves more than 29 million homes and businesses in Japan, said it is part of its plans to grow its portfolio of innovative start-ups. Moixa offers smart battery for residential customers that helps households […]

UK trio trials home battery to boost network capacity

A new £250,00 trial to demonstrate how home batteries can increase capacity on the electricity network and enable more homes to install solar panels has been launched. Distributor Northern Powergrid has chosen Moixa Smart Batteries to be installed in 40 homes and linked in a virtual power plant in Yorkshire. The batteries will be split […]