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Create a greater grid for the greater good.

A home energy management and smart grid solutions provider, Swell Energy is accelerating the mass-adoption of residential clean energy technologies by making it easy for consumers to take control of their home energy use, achieve energy security, and generate revenue.

Swell Energy provides homeowners with financing and educational resources and partners with trusted local solar + storage companies for seamless, high-quality product installations. By creating a critical mass of dynamic and responsive clean energy resources within utility service areas across the United States, Swell Energy is also delivering resilient virtual power plant (VPP) networks and grid-balancing services to utilities, which are fundamental to our future carbon-free distributed energy system.


Redwood Coast Energy Authority to host 2 panel discussions with local energy leaders

Redwood Coast Energy Authority announced it will host two panel discussions in October featuring state and local energy leaders to respond to public concerns about recent energy issues. RCEA said the session, titled “Energy Reliability, Resilience and Innovation in Humboldt County," will feature, among others, Jon Fortune, senior director at Swell Energy.

Speaker Series: Emerging Energy Storage Solutions & Grid Modernization

Swell Energy CEO Suleman Khan speaks about grid modernization and the rapid evolution to a dispatchable grid at Emerging Energy Storage Solutions & Grid Modernization, a program from The Maryland Clean Energy Center (MCEC)

Swell Energy is offering Tesla Powerwall rebates to SCE customers

Southern California Edison (SCE) and Swell Energy have partnered to launch a home battery program to help homeowners protect their power and strengthen the grid as Californians become accustomed to the new reality of public safety power shutoffs (PSPS).

CleanChoice Energy partners with Swell Energy to Launch Residential Energy Storage Program

Through the partnership, Marylanders can now get clean home energy backup and may be eligible to receive a state tax credit of up to $5,000. Home energy batteries provide power during outages without the need of polluting home generators. Last year, more than 36.7 million people--including 88,000 Marylanders--were affected by 3,526 reported power outages across the country.


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