For many, energy bills are getting more and more expensive, fast becoming an extra financial burden when times are already tough. According to the U.K.'s Department of Energy and Climate Change, the average standard credit bill for electricity in England and Wales in 2014 was £616 ($946) in 2014, up from £599 a year earlier and £561 in 2012.
California based Sunverge is looking to transform the way we consume energy, making it cheaper and greener. Their Solar Integration System (SIS) is described by the company as an, "intelligent distributed energy storage system that captures solar power and delivers it when needed most."
Designed so that homes and offices can cut their energy bills, SIS units integrate with both new and existing solar systems and connect to the grid and local electricity supplies, according to the Sunverge website.