Moixa is celebrating a new milestone, with it’s AI software GridShare now managing more than 20,000 batteries in Japan alone.
Battery systems could allow 25% more renewable electricity to be used during peak times, Northern Powergrid has found in its Distributed Storage and Solar Study.
A new record has been claimed by UK based battery company Moixa, which now manages what it claims to be the largest fleet of battery systems in the world.
Moixa is to take its battery technology to Ireland as part of a new virtual power plant (VPP) in partnership with Irish supplier Energia.
Battery storage technology firm Moixa and EV charging manufacturer EO Charging have unveiled a “revolutionary” solar-plus-storage-plus EV charging solution for the UK market.
UK battery storage firm Moixa has secured a fresh round of funding from automotive giant Honda as it pursues an international storage and EV charging expansion.
Moixa has launched its latest residential energy storage unit, utilising 4.8kWh of storage capacity to offer homeowners greater benefits from time of use tariffs and arbitrage models.
The installation of solar and battery systems is underway on the Isles of Scilly in the first stage of a £10.8 million project to demonstrate how renewable and smart energy resources can transform the islands’ grid system.
Moixa has made greater strides into the Japanese market after securing £5 million investment from trading house Itochu, which will install the British company’s GridShare aggregation platform as standard on its own home battery product.