Enequi awarded new European patent for its QuiPower solution


Stockholm 08/09/2022

Enequi has been awarded a patent for the unique solution and method for power balancing, provided by its QuiPower platform. This is good news for property owners striving to lower their electricity bills by combining energy storage and energy optimization.

Unique customer offering
The inventor of the solution, together with the Enequi engineering team, is the Chief Technical Officer Vladimir Vujic. “Documenting the many different power balancing scenarios, which our method and control can manage, has been an intense process. But now that we’ve received the European patent, all the hard work has been worthwhile. With this in place, our energy optimization solution really is a unique customer offering.”

Enequi’s solution uses pattern recognition and energy data to optimize usage and cut energy costs in residential and commercial properties. By connecting diverse hardware such as energy storage units, solar panels, and electric vehicles to intelligent software, QuiPower’s automated functionality lowers energy costs for property owners.

“When we started the development a few years ago, we firmly believed that there would be a need for those types of methods and systems in the future,” continues Vujic. “The energy transition had begun, which meant the electric grid was going to face considerable challenges that would lead to higher energy prices. This opened the market for a new solution that looked at renewable energy in properties holistically rather than just the individual parts. And here we are today, with a patented solution that is now available through the QuiPower platform to property owners across Europe. Additionally, energy prices have now gone through the roof. There couldn’t be a better time to help property owners dramatically reduce their energy costs,” he concludes.

With Enequi’s unique patented solution, residential property owners can lower electricity bills by 50 percent or more, while reducing their carbon footprints and contributing to a more stable national grid.