Kaluza’s flexibility platform is capable of coordinating and controlling millions of connected devices. This will enable the transition to a more efficient, distributed energy system powered by 100% renewable energy. To accelerate this transition at scale, Kaluza integrates with industry-leading hardware, from electric vehicle chargers, domestic storage batteries to smart heaters.

Kaluza works with hardware manufacturers, energy suppliers, local grid operators and consumers to create flexibility through smart devices as part of a smarter distributed, zero carbon grid.



With the UK placing a ban on the sale of new petrol, diesel and hybrid cars from 2035, enabling the switch to electric is a national priority. The uptake of electric vehicles has the potential to add tens of GWs peak demand over the coming decade. Kaluza will accelerate the electrification of transport by connecting every electric vehicle to an intelligent grid, reducing carbon emissions, lowering network upgrade costs and even empowering car owners to drive for free by selling energy back to the grid.

Intelligently managing smart EV charging will therefore be critical in the transition to a flexible, zero carbon grid.


Shifting energy generation away from fossil fuels is key to the UK’s zero carbon future. Without flexibility, the electrification of heat will put significant stress on the local network. 

Kaluza empowers device users to store energy as heat in their electric heaters during off-peak hours, when electricity is at its cheapest, and to use it when they need it. By intelligently managing home heating systems, Kaluza lowers energy bills for customers, while helping the grid balance supply and demand. 

Kaluza works with industry-leading manufacturers of domestic heat storage devices, such as Dimplex.


What if we could create reservoirs of stored energy in our homes, ready at the flick of a switch? Battery storage devices introduce new flexibility onto the grid, allowing network operators to better balance the electricity network. Integrated with Kaluza’s technology, domestic battery devices are optimised to import energy at times of low demand when energy costs less and is less carbon intensive. This ensures customers use the lowest carbon electricity possible, encouraging a greener lifestyle and helping create a mini power station at home. 

Kaluza works with industry-leading manufacturers of domestic battery storage devices, such as sonnen and Powervault. 


Kaluza integrates with all devices, making them smarter. We nurture partnerships to create smart solutions that will benefit device users and the wider energy networks.


A revolutionary smart charger with a variable charge rate of up to 7.4kW. Charging patterns are optimised via the Kaluza platform, importing energy when prices or carbon intensity is low, ensuring vehicles are ready when needed. Data and control over charging are available via the Kaluza web-app. 1000’s of Indra's Smart Charger have been installed and optimised by Kaluza.


This world-leading domestic vehicle-to-grid charger can transform electric cars into mini power stations. Its bi-directional capability enables charging and discharging of a car’s battery at up to 6kW. Device users simply schedule their car’s ready-by-time, just like the Indra Smart Charger, Kaluza will then intelligently export energy to the grid when the car doesn't need to charge, earning them money.


The Dimplex Quantum is an award winning heating solution that efficiently builds and retains heat, releasing it only when needed. Through Kaluza, network operators can offset costly and carbon intensive peaks, and could save device users up to 23% on their heating bill compared to a standard storage heater.


Powervault 3 is an intelligent battery system for the modern smart home, designed to maximise energy efficiency and value for the customer. Integrated with Kaluza, the Powervault 3 reduces customers’ energy bills by storing free solar energy or cheap, off-peak electricity from the grid.


The sonnenBatterie is a high-tech storage system, a world-leading battery that has proven itself in thousands of households. The combination of a PV system and a sonnenBatterie allows end users to cover circa 80% of their yearly energy requirement with self-produced and clean energy. Kaluza has integrated with both the battery and sonnen’s virtual power plant, enabling the import and export of energy when required for grid flexibility purposes.

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