We currently have three Electrical Engineers running the test lab.
Our lab has two Powerwall 1's and a Powerpack. In the next few days we will have a Powerwall 2 installed!
Powerpack is Tesla's commercial-sized battery storage. Ours is 95 kWh and be connected to an Ontario utility's system for system testing and how to offset peak power demands on a larger scale.
Our lab is run by one of our parent companies, Opus One Solutions. They build software to connect electricity networks.
The Opus One software is called GridOS. This software manages what is known as the smart grid. A smart grid is an electrical grid with controllable assets that can change the flow of electricity from generation - energy producer such as a hydro dam, to load - your home. The intention is to optimize and plan the distribution of these energy resources.
MPOWER and Opus One work together to install Powerwall first in our labs. This allows us to understand how Powerwall works and how to customize the solution to work best for Canadian homes. All of our homes are different and our energy usage as well. We need to ensure we can maximize what Powerwall 2 can do for all Canadian homes.
Our Engineering Team reviews the data provided by our Certified Installers. They double check to ensure there are no concerns with how everything will work together. A Professional Engineer will stamp off every solution before it gets installed.
When the Engineering Team approves the MPOWER Solution, the Certified Installer will create the quotation with all the costs to install.
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