New Sunverge Infinity platform is missing link between DERs, utilities

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Sunverge Energy launched Sunverge Infinity, an energy management platform that works with third-party energy storage systems. The Sunverge Infinity unit works with a range of battery storage and inverter products from various vendors, enabling utilities, electric retailers and solar companies to use Sunverge’s cloud-based software platform to connect and manage those systems, aggregating them into a common virtual power plant.

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The Sunverge Infinity allows energy service providers, utilities and energy retailers to offer their customers a variety of storage hardware options for their homes and small businesses. Customers can choose the configuration they prefer and enjoy the benefits of backup power, bill savings and additional services that Sunverge’s own storage systems have delivered to end users for nearly a decade.

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“Storage technology realizes its full potential when individual units can be centrally managed and aggregated,” said Ken Munson, CEO of Sunverge Energy. “Sunverge Infinity is the link between our powerful software platform and the growing number of battery and inverter options out there. It creates greater choice for consumers along with offering more powerful management options for providers.”

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The Sunverge Infinity streamlines Virtual Power Plant (VPP) management for utilities dealing with increasing numbers of distributed energy resources (DERs) on their grids. With it, grid operators can access a much larger pool of solar and storage assets as part of a VPP while providing the same performance and reliability when dispatching these resources.

The Sunverge Infinity is based on the same software architecture as the Sunverge One, formerly known as the Solar Integration System, which is used by nearly 1,000 homeowners in five countries. Limited releases of the Sunverge Infinity will be available in Australia in Q1. The product will be commercially available in Q2 and sold through a network of Sunverge sales part-ners and partner companies in the U.S., Canada and Australia. The retail price will be calculated based on a customized package of system components which may include the photovoltaic sys-tem, battery inverter, energy management and third-party energy storage unit, plus the cost of installation.

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