RoseWater Energy Group, a provider of next-generation integrated energy management Hubs, has joined the prestigious Home Technology Specialists of America (HTSA) to offer its members a special program on the company’s residential power management hub solutions. RoseWater will be showcasing their products at the upcoming HTSA Conference in Orlando, Florida April 2 – 5, 2018.
“We are very excited partner with HTSA and their knowledgeable and discerning dealer community,” said Joe Piccirilli, managing director and chief executive officer of RoseWater Energy Group. “They lead the way into new product categories and our energy management solution will enhance the reliability and performance of every product they sell, in turn, increasing sales and customer satisfaction.”
Issues around power quality, grid stability, renewable integration and energy management will be in the forefront for the foreseeable future. Their latest innovation, the HUB-SB20, geared toward modern residential and light commercial energy demands, features power conditioning, battery backup, surge protection and up to 28.8 kilowatts of storage for fully uninterruptible power with zero transfer time. The RoseWater Energy HUBs are the first products designed to deal with all of those issues concurrently in a single product.
Thanks to the RoseWater HUB, residential users can take in energy from both their local utilities and any renewable resource (wind, solar, geothermal), store this energy in powerful battery stacks, deliver a rock-solid and stable 115-volts of pure sine-wave power to every device on the premises – and fully control all of this via a simple app interface. If hit with a power outage, RoseWater HUB users have days or hours, not minutes, to safely shut down their systems – which are fully protected from both energy spikes and voltage drop-offs.
Visit RoseWater Energy Group in at the HTSA Spring Conference April 2 – 5 in Orlando, Florida. Connect with RoseWater Energy Group on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to stay up to date on the latest news.
For more information on the Energy Management HUBs and RoseWater Energy, please visit http://www.rosewaterenergy.com.