Start using your electric water heater to help renewable energy

We would all like to live in a green energy world, without emissions, tackling the limitless free energy available.

More and more countries are setting CO2 emission reduction targets and renewable energy will be critical to achieve these targets.
But renewable energy has a strong barrier.

The biggest difficulty of renewable energy is its intermittence. It is not possible to produce renewable electricity at a constant pace. There are production peaks during sunny and windy periods and no production during windless cloudy days (for solar and wind energy).

This is why some countries and utilities are turning to solutions like Tesla Powerpack, consisting of large scale lithium-ion batteries parks.


But these parks have huge investments costs and high environmental footprint, acting as strong barriers to more renewable energy expansion.
But what if you could use your current electric water heater to help renewables' biggest problem, automatically heating up water during sunny and windy periods of the day, storing it, so you could uses it whenever needed?

This is already something being studied and piloted throughout the world, called Grid Interactive Water Heaters (GIWH), recognized as a great help to speed up the adoption of renewables, and the best part is that you do not even need to change your water heater to do it. Check also this article.

All you need is simple plug - KLUGIT - that anyone can install without a single tool.

Check these numbers:

Tesla Powerbank AUS - 100 MW - 56 m EUR - 12 900 CO2 tons emitted (2,485 avg. cars for a year, 193,506 trees)

50.000 installed KLUGITs - 100 MW - 2.5 m EUR - 960 CO2 tons* emitted (185 avg. cars for a year, 14,400 trees)

Become a climate change fighter while also saving money and enjoying clean-energy showers!

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*- assumption: KLUGIT ⅓ of iphone 11 carbon emissions.
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