RoseWater Energy Group Redefines Power Storage The RoseWater Energy Group brought an eye-opening product for the power storage market to CEDIA EXPO at booth 7229.By Kelleigh Welch Published: October 16, 2015 ⋅ Updated: April 15, 2019 Joseph Piccirilli and Mario Bottero, Rosewater Energy Group The RoseWater Energy Group brought an eye-opening product for the power storage market to CEDIA EXPO at booth 7229 this year, with its new Energy Group Hub powered by Alpha, an all-in-one residential and light commercial power solution to transform the electrical system in place to a microgrid. This two-box solution enables users to collect and store energy for home and offices, giving them the security of an uninterrupted power supply. “This device is built to be put in the middle of nowhere and work,” said Joseph Piccirilli, managing director and CEO at RoseWater. With a power-conditioned output, the Energy Hub protects and enhances the performance of all home and office electronics. It has an uninterruptable power supply with zero transfer time, and a large amount of battery backup to safely and securely allow users to ride out power failures. The Energy Hub uses a dual inverter system with solar input, which blends power conditioning, backup, and renewable energy to create this one-stop solution. This helps integrators reduce installation and set-up problems on the jobsite. The system is easily configured through an iPad-based Energy Router that is included with the Hub, allowing the simple integration of on-board UPS monitoring functions such as solar energy production and usage, utility smart grid interface requirements, and more. The RoseWater Energy Group Hub has four models in its product line. The 10kW and 20kW Hubs with nano-carbon battery technology are currently available, and the 10kW and 20kW lithium-ion battery Hub models will be available later this year. SubscribeFor more stories like this, and to keep up to date with all our market leading news, features and analysis, sign up to our newsletter here.