« Back to Facilities Management News Home

« Green

JLM Offers New Choices for Energy Independence, Batteries Included

Rocklin, Calif. — Dec. 17, 2014 — JLM Energy, Inc. is changing the way renewable energy is collected, stored, and used for back-up storage and peak power reduction.

Energizr is the only fully integrated residential solution in the market today capable of bringing together renewable energy, the grid and energy storage on a single platform. It even incorporates seamless integration with a generator. This means that the renewable energy from solar photovoltaic panels or wind turbines is now available on site during a power outage. Energizr is an intelligent system designed to provide constant energy access.

“The most common response we get from customers when they are looking at installing renewable energy is that they want this energy for their own home during a power outage," said John Hoffman, director of sales and marketing at SunGreen Systems in Los Angeles. "In fact, this has not been the case. Virtually all solar installations are set up in such a way that they will not deliver power when the utility grid is down.

"During an outage, Energizr delivers stored power to the household and at the same time allows the PV solar system to re-supply the batteries. Our customers are really excited to be able to generate and use their own power during outages.” 

JLM Energy’s Energizr brings together three major components of an energy system in a single package: the power utility grid, renewable energy sources (Wind and PV), and energy storage.

In situations where the grid is available, the renewable resources are used to charge the system batteries and then the excess renewable energy is used for net metering. When the grid is unavailable, Energizr uses the energy stored in the batteries to power home electrical loads and at the same time ensures that PV or wind power recharges the batteries.

Energizr is a game-changing energy technology product with sophisticated software to help homeowners and small businesses realize the dream of energy independence.


Contact FacilitiesNet Editorial Staff »   posted on: 12/30/2014

More From 12/30/2014 on FacilitiesNet