JuiceBox Energy (now Adara Power) and ReVision Energy have embarked upon a unique installation of an 8.1 KW solar panel array and an innovative energy storage system at the Charlotte Hobbs Memorial Library in Lovell, Maine.

The 115-year-old library is being outfitted with the latest in high-tech energy storage that supports the board of trustees’ mission statement to combine the traditional role of the institution with a commitment to reducing the building’s carbon footprint. Funded by an anonymous donor, this project provides the library with integrated solar and energy storage to reduce grid reliance, lower costs, and ensure emergency standby electricity. The combined system consists of 27 high-efficiency solar panels and the intelligent JuiceBox Energy Storage solution that can be controlled over a cellular, cloud-based network.

The JuiceBox Energy storage system is an intelligent, 8.6kWh, 5.5kW lithium-ion battery system designed for safe, reliable, long lasting power management. It is designed, engineered, and manufactured by JuiceBox Energy based on their years of automotive lithium ion control systems engineering. The systems can be linked together and they can support utility demand response programs, where available. The system is designed to support grid-tied, grid isolated in the event of grid failure, and off-grid configurations.

Lithium-ion Battery