Whether it’s the weather, a rolling brownout, or a downed power line, power outages cause problems and can disrupt your routine or productivity.
Two years ago, I was on my way home to grab some gifts. Thanks to a massive wind storm that knocked down power lines, more than 15,000 residents had no power and I was completely locked out of my home.
When we founded Hygge Power in September ’16, our vision was to make every home a smart home, to reduce carbon emissions, and to provide peace of mind that your home can remain connected — and cozy — during severe power outages.
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Unless you are a well-to-do early adopter, home storage systems are too expensive to consider. An alternative is what I’m calling, “extreme distributed resources,” which are small (100 Wh to 1kWh) circuit-level, communicating, intelligent storage units. One company taking this approach is Hygge Power.
Companies like Tendril and Hygge are looking to partner not just with homeowners but with utilities because of the large scale impact changing a utility’s energy practices can have on a community.
Hygge Power, a Boulder-based smart plug and home energy storage device company, has been selected for global energy startup accelerator Free Electrons, a joint effort of nine international utilities. The program began Tuesday in Lisbon, Portugal.
Hygge Power, a Boulder-based home-energy storage-device company, was accepted into an international energy startup accelerator.
Hygge Power, a Boulder-based smart plug and energy storage device company, has announced an alpha test of its signature Orchestrated Power Outlet (OPO) — a smart plug and home energy storage device. The alpha test will run over a six-month period commencing second quarter 2018.