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Posted January 28, 2016

Orison is a home battery system, that stores electricity, when rates are low to power homes when rates are high. Whether you get your energy from the grid, a solar array, or some other source, you can now control when to store it and when to use it.

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During a power outage, it will automatically power your home and make sure none of your stored energy is sent back to the grid. By localizing your energy distribution, you save money and reduce peak demand on the grid.

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It is intelligent and networked, each unit is linked via the Orison Cloud. This network uses data including utility rates, peak demand charges, weather, blackout alerts, your usage profile, and more to determine the optimal operating schedule for your device.

The mobile app gives you control over your system and access to its insights, wherever you are. You can program times for charging and discharging, and seamlessly add and manage multiple Orison devices for scaled power and savings.

 

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Orison has so far raised more than $107 thousands on Kickstarter, from nearly 155 backers, with 43 days to go before the campaign ends. Those backing this campaign are promised delivery date of Aug 2016. The Orison goes for $1200 right now and $1600 after campaign ends.

 

 

Source: Kickstarter

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