Lasts 2x longer than standard energy storage systems
Designed & Developed
The PowerCap® is a Graphene-enhanced hybrid battery that captures clean and affordable energy throughout the day to reduce grid reliance and your energy bill.
Working as an evergreen energy bank for your home, the PowerCap® can automatically adjust to grid behaviour to provide uninterrupted, guilt-free energy usage even during blackout periods.
This is a global independent inspection which means the PowerCap® has been tested for safety and found to meet the requirements.
As CEC solar accredited installers we can arrange your complete solar + PowerCap® installation.
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The PowerCap® is a Graphene-Enhanced Hybrid Energy Storage System that absorbs affordable energy during the day for later use. Unlike most batteries on the market today, PowerCap® technology is made from natural graphene hybrid technology. With no degradation in performance, the PowerCap® uses electro-chemical-static architecture to store power for up to 3 months.
The PowerCap® system uses graphene to capture electrons sustainably and releases them upon demand instantaneously. The PowerCap® connects to a local energy supply (solar or grid) through the switchboard and uses an inverter to regulate the charge and discharge.
The PowerCap® can be retrofitted to an existing solar system to harness the sun’s natural energy for later use. This way, PowerCap® owners always have access to secure, clean, on-demand energy.
To ensure protection during power outages, we recommend that a 15kWh single-phase or 14.4kWh three-phase of energy storage be fitted to accommodate 6.6kW of solar PV.
When a PowerCap® is installed with no accompanying solar system, it can charge from the grid when prices are low to protect against peak tariff fees. This PowerCap® configuration still provides blackout protection but cannot recharge from the grid during this period.
Although the PowerCap® can be used in conjunction with backup generators, an external Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS) or Manual Transfer Switch (MTS) is required. In the event of a blackout, the PowerCap® responds immediately to provide backup power. A generator is only employed when the PowerCap®’s charge drops below a set threshold. Generally, this would only occur during extended periods of power vacancy. Because the PowerCap® is directly connected to the power switchboard it cannot charge directly from a generator.