CleanSpark's smart controls technology has been used in commercial applications, as well as mission-critical military deployments, for a number of years, and the company has identified a growing need for a product like mVoult in the residential market.
FREMONT, CA: CleanSpark, a diversified software and services company, announced the launch of mVoult for home microgrids. mVoult is a standalone energy management controller capable of directing the operations of both existing and new energy assets. mVoult will be offered as a smart controller and mobile app specifically designed for residential applications. The company also plans to launch a fully integrated mVoult branded battery energy storage and controls solution. The home power solution will enable the selection of optional add-ons such as solar integration or back-up generators. The systems are expected to continue to support the company's energy and vendor agnostic solutions. CleanSpark's residential microgrids will be capable of integrating into new or existing energy management assets or systems.
CleanSpark has already been offering mPulse to large and estate-sized residential microgrids. The launch of mVoult is expected to significantly expand its reach into the residential market and create a product that can help benefit homes of all sizes. CleanSpark has already created and staffed a direct-to-consumer sales division over the past 30 days to support the company and its partners' growth.
Zach Bradford, CleanSpark's President and Chief Executive Officer, said, "With the massive power-outages across the country caused by both scheduled and unexpected utility disruptions over the President's Day weekend, the need for this solution has never been more critical. This is not our first foray into residential energy systems, but the focus on revenue growth in the home microgrid solutions is expected to make significant contributions to the company's revenue mix. mVoult is built upon the same foundation as our patented mPulse controls technology which has been used in critical military and commercial applications."
"We have received significant interest in home microgrids and we are excited to offer a more affordable solution for both homeowners and small businesses," said Bradford. "We expect that mVoult will open a host of new opportunities. The company plans to announce further strategic expansion into the home microgrid sector over the coming weeks."