WISE Power

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Imagine if there was a way to store energy and then use it at any time to power your home or business. Think about the money you would save and the waste you would eliminate.

Well, here at WISE Power, we believe we have created a lifestyle management system that makes this idea a reality. The results are lowered electricity bills, enhanced quality of life and business efficiencies, and a reduced environmental impact from energy demand and consumption.

The way it works is through our patented technology which combines the Internet of Things (IoT) with Energy Storage. This technology allows you to store energy from the grid or renewables to use later. It also integrates all your IoT-enabled devices together into a single interface so you can easily monitor and control them through a smartphone, tablet or computer.

Here at WISE, we are on a mission to empower the world to save money, reduce waste, and control energy usage.

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The WISE Controller and POD

WISE is essentially an electricity storage unit combined with IoT capabilities. It is built with patented technology to create a distributed energy source system. There are two parts to the system – the WISE Power On Demand (POD) and the WISE Controller. The POD is the storage unit. The storage unit gets charged from the regular source of energy and stores that energy. It does so with a series-tied lithium-ion battery bank combined with an ultracapacitor bank. It then goes on to provide energy to the house or business unit when required. The fascinating thing about this is that while it can be used to charge electric vehicles, it can also draw power from electric vehicles and charge itself.

The WISE Controller is the IoT solution. It helps connect the smart devices at home while also monitoring and tracking their energy usage. By connecting all the devices, it allows one to control and monitor these devices from a single point (app or platform). For example, if you’ve forgotten to switch off the light, you can simply do so with a click of a button. The heavily protected IoT system is currently under development.

The capacity of the product is 4-5 kWh (Kilowatt Hours). This is enough to power the house for a day and meet the peak hour requirements. Consumers can also do an energy assessment on the WISE website to understand their requirements. Those that have a higher requirement, can get series-tied versions of the model.

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The WISE Impact

WISE can potentially enhance the quality of life while lowering the electricity bills and reducing the environmental impact. It allows you to have your house heated or cooled before you’ve arrived and provides you numerous ways to enhance your life.

Home batteries help in areas prone to power cuts as consumers can now store whatever little electricity they get for later use. It also helps reduce costs in areas where energy prices fluctuate. Its helps with peak shaving whereby energy consumption during peak hours can be reduced resulting in savings. WISE also analyses your energy usage and shows you ways by which you can alter your energy consumption to save money.

Energy storage help bridge the mismatch between power generation from renewable such as solar or wind, and power consumption. This enables one to reduce their carbon footprint by shifting to other sources of energy without disrupting power supply.

Become a WISE distributor

https://wiseiot.net/

Saudi Arabian investment pushing KC’s WISE Power into Nigeria, Japan, Middle East markets

https://www.startlandnews.com/2018/11/wise-power-investment/

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  1. amad kassa says:

    Reblogged this on Green.City.

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