- The next generation AI-driven residential electrical panel, the Wiser Energy Center, is unveiled at CES
- Placed at the heart of a smart sustainable home, it paves the way to net zero self-sufficient homes of the future
- Homeowners and residents gain full control over their green solar energy management and storage, driving improved ROI on their Photovoltaic (PV) Installations
MISSISSAUGA, ON, Jan. 13, 2021 /CNW/ - Schneider Electric, the global leader in digital transformation of energy management and automation, releases the next generation residential electrical panel for the European market, the Wiser Energy Center, at the all-virtual CES 2021 event today.
The latest cutting-edge innovation at the heart of the Wiser ecosystem, the Energy Center, controls all energy needs of connected devices in one place with the help of AI-enabled algorithms, transforming homes from smart to smart and sustainable. It's a major step towards enabling net zero, self-sufficient homes, bringing sustainable energy choices directly to consumers.
Combining the power of Energy Center and Wiser software, consumers gain full control of how energy is produced, stored and distributed in the home. This grid-to-plug solution brings together the energy meter, EV charger, back-up generator, energy storage, solar inverter, and energy loads in the home, such as smart thermostats, into an intelligent energy management system that can address key pain points of resilience and efficiency in the home.
Where possible, the system prioritizes green energy power, ensuring power-hungry appliances and devices, including Electric Vehicles (EVs), consume most of their energy from the solar or decarbonized energy sources in the home. The system automatically switches from traditional to ...
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