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Solar-Storage for Homes: PetersenDean Partners With SolarEdge and LG


Other states and utilities are trying out models that spread the costs of batteries and power electronics over time. In Vermont, utility Green Mountain Power is offering Tesla Powerwall batteries (and SolarEdge inverters) to be paid in monthly installments ...


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The latest in integrated home solar-storage, for backup power and grid supportWill the markets support the technology? Jeff StJohn February 20, 2018 X Jeff StJohn Senior Editor Greentech Media Reporter covering the green technology space, with a particular focus on smart grid, demand response, energy storage, renewable energy and technology to integrate distributed, intermittent green energy into the grid More articles from this author > SolarEdge ramps up its storage business by partnering with PetersenDean. 3

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