sonnenCommunity connects households and makes conventional electricity suppliers obsolete through self-generated power

Sonnenbatterie presents the sonnenCommunity; members can generate their own power, store it and share surpluses online with friends or each other. The sonnenCommunity completely replaces traditional power companies and will soon be available to every household in Germany.

– sonnenCommunity is the first community of producers, consumers and storage operators who can supply each other with self-generated electricity.

– sonnenCommunity members are independent of the established electricity providers.

– Members have significantly lower energy costs thanks to the efficiently controlled, decentralized self-supply of electricity.

– sonnenCommunity members gain affordable access to intelligent storage technology as well as to free surplus electricity.

– The sonnenCommunity actively prevents costly grid expansion through direct marketing of renewable energy even in small residential systems.

See the full PRNews article for more, and how SonnenBatterie is squeezing Tesla‘s solar plans. While Tesla and SolarCity will inevitably help crush utility companies, head Elon Musk has said he’s not a “fan of disruption”.

Go SonnenBatterie! Crush ’em.

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