National Grid Announces Home Batteries Are Now Eligible for ConnectedSolutions Program across Massachusetts and Rhode Island

National Grid is announcing a significant expansion of its ConnectedSolutions program, which rewards customers for helping the company better manage the electric grid.

The program expansion makes more thermostats eligible for the program, and also adds eligibility for customers with rooftop solar and storage to the program for the first time. ConnectedSolutions customers can now enroll using home batteries from Sunrun, as well as thermostats from Nest, Honeywell, ecobee,, Building 36, Emerson, Lux, Radio Thermostat, and Vivint.

Customers with eligible devices can enroll their connected thermostat and/or home battery in the program and receive an incentive.

ConnectedSolutions has been a great opportunity for National Grid’s customers to save money and be rewarded for using connected devices that help us manage peak electric demand during hot summer days,” said Carlos Nouel, vice president of New Energy Solutions at National Grid. “We are very excited to expand ConnectedSolutions to include home batteries from Sunrun, plus more connected thermostat brands.”

National Grid is working with EnergyHub, a Brooklyn-based software platform and program services provider, to manage the ConnectedSolutions program. EnergyHub provides National Grid with demand response management software to monitor and control all residential devices in the program, as well as program operations management services.

For more detailed information on the program, eligibility requirements, and how to enroll please go to our website.

About National Grid

National Grid (LSE: NG; NYSE: NGG) is an electricity, natural gas, and clean energy delivery company serving more than 20 million people through our networks in New York, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. We are the largest distributor of natural gas in the Northeast. National Grid also operates the systems that deliver gas and electricity across Great Britain.

National Grid is transforming our electricity and natural gas networks with smarter, cleaner, and more resilient energy solutions to meet the goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 80 percent by 2050. Our Northeast 80x50 Pathway is an industry leading analysis for how to reach that goal in the states we serve, focusing on the power generation, heat, and transportation sectors.

Read more about the innovative projects across our footprint in The Democratization of Energy, an eBook written by National Grid’s U.S. president, Dean Seavers.

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2018-06-13T09:21:40-04:00Categories: Massachusetts, News, Rhode Island|