By CE Pro Editors · October 19, 2015 • CE Pro contributor Wayne Ortner responds to the question of whether or not Tesla's Powerwall has made the RoseWater Residential Energy Storage Hub obsolete following his article from CEDIA Expo 2015.
By Wayne Ortner · October 16, 2015 • During CEDIA Expo 2015, RoseWater Energy showcased its Energy Storage Hub. With an AC cabinet, nano carbon battery cabinet and lithium ion battery cabinet, it offers uninterruptable power supply with zero transfer time and provides conditioned electricity to protect home and office electronics. Two versions of the Hub retail for $60,000 and $80,000.
By CE Pro Editors · October 12, 2015 • The RoseWater Energy Hub is the first all-in-one residential and light commercial power solution integrating three capabilities into one platform to serve the complete electrical needs of an entire premise, in essence transforming the electrical system. . .
By CE Pro Editors · September 3, 2015 • Rosewater Energy Group installed its Residential Energy Management Hub with nano-carbon battery technology at Boca Theater and Automation in Boca Raton, Florida.
By Jason Knott · May 27, 2015 • Industry consultant claims the advent of solar power and home batteries from companies like Tesla will force the reinvention of home wiring from primarily AC high voltage to DC home-run low voltage to reduce power conversion loss.
By CE Pro Editors · September 19, 2014 • Video of Model 1012 Residential Energy Storage Hub featuring the functionality to utilize a range of battery solutions to accommodate the ever-growing variety of home electronics applications and energy demands.
By Julie Jacobson · January 23, 2013 • As CE Pro celebrates its 20th anniversary, we combined reader input and editorial license to identify the 20 most influential leaders of the last 20 years.
By CE Pro Editors · August 29, 2012 • RoseWater Energy Group's Residential Energy Storage Hub, which can be tied to solar, wind or power generators, provides 10 kilowatts of power to selected circuits and 12 kilowatt hours (kWh) of energy storage during power failure.