Adara Power

Adara Power offers advanced energy storage and management systems.

Company Overview

Based in Silicon Valley, Adara Power is poised to meet the growing demand for solar energy storage. Their mission is to help homeowners save money, reduce their carbon footprint, and create a more resilient grid. The company’s history goes back to 2013 when it was known as JuiceBox. As Adara, the company is looking to expand its reach and become a larger force in the energy storage market.

adara power storage system


Adara currently offers an 8.6 kWh lithium-ion energy storage system. The system is available for both residential and small commercial applications. Their 8.6 kWh system can produce up to 5.5 kW of continuous power. It’s a wall mounted system that measures 43″ x 22″ x 17″ with a total weight of 280 lbs. UL rated and stackable to 17.2 kWh.

Other key features include –

  • Advanced lithium-ion Nickel Manganese Cobalt chemistry – known for long life, high energy density, and safety.
  • Cutting edge system controls – constantly monitors and manages energy flow based on customer bill rates, operating temperature, and depth of discharge to maximize system lifespan. At least a 10 year useful life can be expected with a minimum of 4,000 cycles.
  • Adara Power Cloud – Adara systems are connected to the Cloud to provide customers with status, reporting and control.


The Adara Power system is offered exclusively through their installer network. The company has currently done business in at least 7 states as of mid-2016.

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While not a large energy storage company, Adara Power can potentially become a significant presence in California and surrounding states in the near term. Another plus is that their base product is a decent size in terms of power production. However, other companies have systems that are warrantied for more than 4,000 total cycles. The system’s form factor is large, but makes up for it with a good power rating and robust system controls.

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