Using artificial intelligence and electric vehicle-grade technologies, Dabbsson has collected $75 million to fuel a decentralised home energy ecosystem.
The money will be used to develop home energy improvements that are more efficient, safer, and environmentally friendly for conscientious customers.
This winter, a cold front will sweep over the United States, putting an estimated 25% of the population in danger of blackouts and grid issues due to the intense cold and severe weather. With their antiquated infrastructures and their reliance on fossil fuels, traditional centralised electricity grids continue to be very fragile, unreliable, costly, and wasteful.
The quality of life of consumers is declining as a result of rising prices, an increase in pollution and waste, a lack of accessibility to basic services, and a general decline in living standards.
There is a growing emphasis on renewable energy sources to further reduce reliance on fossil fuels and battle climate change, and this grim fact has made backup generators important for many. Consumers are prepared to pay a premium for environmentally friendly or socially responsible options, but these options still face challenges in terms of accessibility, use, and convenience.
Here is where Dabbsson hopes to shake things up by making sustainable, decentralised energy accessible to more people. Dabbson’s portable regenerative power stations, solar panels, and accessories are known for their great performance, safety, and adaptability. The company’s app-controlled, AI-enabled residential microgrid is designed to give customers back control of their energy supply and increase their resilience to power outages.
Powered by a breakthrough ecosystem of intelligent micro-renewables, “we are pleased to lead a new age of household energy autonomy and resilience,” said Sam Lam, head of worldwide markets at Dabbsson. “Economic and social empowerment, fairness in education, and access to basic services are all driven by a community’s energy autonomy and resilience.” We need to stop relying so heavily on outdated infrastructure and start using decentralised electricity.
With over 80 patents covering new energy storage integration, AI-based battery management, and bi-directional converter control, Dabbsson’s team has been at the forefront of electric car on-board charging system R&D for almost a decade. Dabbsson aspires to improve the performance, efficiency, and safety of consumer micro-renewables by adapting these technologies and manufacturing processes and materials.
Dabbsson’s multidimensional, semi-solid lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4) batteries, which he patented, have a 30% higher energy density than conventional batteries while also providing superior performance in terms of safety, durability, and longevity. In addition, the battery life may be increased by a factor of seven thanks to the eight-layer AI Temperature & Energy Management System.
Beginning in the first quarter of 2023, Dabbsson will introduce its goods to the United States market. These products will include a home backup power station, a modular customisation system, and a portable solar panel. After that, it plans to enter the European market.
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