New technology makes it easy to trade un-used residential solar power at premium prices

A Canberra-based company is to introduce new technology that it says could help turn electricity markets on their head – by allowing households to buy and sell electricity on the market. The buying and selling of electricity has hitherto been the province of large or specialized companies such as electricity retailers. But Reposit Power says that homes and businesses can and should be able to trade electricity with the help of battery storage, and production facilities such as solar panels. Reposit Power plans to install battery storage in six homes around Canberra to run a six-month pilot of its technology, […]
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