How it Works
SEVA can be connected to electric grid, or any other non-conventionally ways of energy generation like solar or wind power supply in order to accumulate sufficient energy from these sources during daytime or on off-peak periods and then power up your house at nighttime and when rates are high. Capacity of SEVA can be worked out to provide required power for houses and industrial buildings of any size and needs of energy consumption.
Digital Distributed Energy source like Solar, Wind and Waste
Energy from the sources above charges SEVA and powers your home or commercial building. Depending on the capacity of energy source, SEVA provides independence to remote houses and commercial buildings from the utility grid.
Conventional Energy Source
SEVA accumulator is charged using electricity generated from the utility grid. It can reduce time of use by strategically shifting energy consumption and accumulate the charge when rates are high, and distribute the energy during on-peak hours.
Back up your lifestyle
For stress-free operation, installations may require a secondary electrical panel, containing the critical appliances and outlets for emergency backup. Specially installed circuit breaker can automatically activate the backup panel in the event of power outage.
Installations with solar panel are able to continue charging even in case of power outage.