GM Energy announces Ultium Home offerings

GM Energy announces Ultium Home offerings

The initial suite is intended for energy independence and management.

GM Energy announced product details and specifications for its initial suite of upcoming Ultium Home offerings.

The company said the Ultium Home product offerings will be the first solutions to be made available to residential customers through GM Energy and are designed to provide greater energy independence, enabling the use of backup power for essential home needs during times when energy is unavailable from the grid.

“As GM Energy’s ecosystem of connected products and services continues to expand, we’re excited to provide customers with options for greater energy management beyond the vehicle,” said Wade Sheffer, vice president, GM Energy.

The initial suite of Ultium Home products will be offered through bundle options, providing customers with the ability to select solutions that align with their energy needs and budget, said GM Energy.

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