Hyundai House power ecosystem launching in 16 states


Nearly a yr after teasing Hyundai House, a coordinated home-energy ecosystem bundling EV charging, solar energy, and battery power storage, Hyundai has formally confirmed a market launch.

On the 2022 Los Angeles auto present, Hyundai introduced that Hyundai House is now obtainable by way of its dealerships in 16 states. The automaker additionally introduced a partnership with Electrum to create “a one-stop on-line market” for purchasers to supply house charging stations, photo voltaic panels, and power storage techniques, and likewise discover installers.

Hyundai Home

Hyundai House

As soon as clients have chosen a house charging station and any extra photo voltaic or power storage {hardware}, they’re going to be given three set up bids from Electrum’s community of electricians. Electrum may also present “power advisors” to information clients by way of the method.

This kind of service might assist drivers get extra out of their EVs. Charging an EV from a house photo voltaic set up reduces that automotive’s general carbon footprint whereas lessening dependence on the grid. Power storage maximizes use of solar energy by capturing extra power and storing it for occasions when the solar is not shining.

Hyundai Home

Hyundai House

Hyundai EVs primarily based on the automaker’s E-GMP platform, together with the Ioniq 5 and Ioniq 6, are additionally outfitted for bidirectional charging, probably permitting them to discharge energy to assist run a home when wanted, as with the Ford F-150 Lightning’s House Integration System. Hyundai hasn’t confirmed whether or not that shall be a part of the plan for Hyundai House, nevertheless.

Hyundai House additionally suits with the automaker’s aspiration to turn out to be a “sensible mobility resolution supplier” spanning past manufacturing and promoting automobiles. Normal Motors has comparable aspirations with its new GM Power division, which is able to oversee charging and energy-related companies primarily based across the automaker’s EVs.


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