Achieve Free Power for Your Home with Battery Storage!

Battery storage offers a simple yet effective way to power your home while saving money and enhancing your energy management.

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The Advantages of Power Storage Solutions

  • Depend on Sustainable Energy Sources Integrating solar power with a battery storage system is like harnessing the full potential of a horse and carriage. By storing excess solar energy generated during the day, you can maximize its utilization and financial benefits, without affecting your Feed-in-Tariff.
  • Achieve Significant Cost Reductions By harvesting and storing solar energy for use when your home requires it, you can minimize dependency on grid imports, leading to reduced utility bills. Our experts are ready to explain how this can work for your specific needs.
  • Ensure Energy Security for the Future Decreasing reliance on the grid for your power needs shields you from the unpredictable energy price fluctuations that have become increasingly prevalent in today’s world. By investing in solar energy and storage solutions, you can take control of your energy future.

Why Battery Storage, And Why Now?

Incredible Tech

As battery technology continues to advance, homeowners are now presented with new opportunities to benefit from efficient energy management and cost savings.

Store Energy

With battery storage, homeowners can now store excess solar energy that would otherwise be sent back to the grid. This approach allows homeowners to optimize their energy consumption and reduce their reliance on the grid during peak periods, leading to lower energy costs and a more sustainable lifestyle.

Cheap Night Tariffs

Battery storage technology can also be programmed to charge from the grid during off-peak hours, such as overnight, when electricity tariffs are cheaper. By leveraging this feature, homeowners can further maximize the benefits of solar energy and achieve significant cost savings.

In summary, battery storage technology offers homeowners the opportunity to enhance their energy management and achieve long-term cost savings. By taking advantage of its advanced capabilities, homeowners can contribute to a sustainable future while benefitting from the latest technological innovations in energy storage.

What is the Usable Capacity?
Capacity refers to the amount of energy measured in kWh (units) that a battery can store. However, it’s important to note that batteries should never be completely drained. Some batteries are misleadingly sold by quoting their ‘total’ capacity. It’s essential to check what’s being stated and understand the figure for ‘usable capacity,’ which indicates the amount of energy that can be safely used.
What is a Cycle?
A cycle is one complete discharge and one complete charge of a battery. However, in reality, batteries may only discharge a percentage of their capacity, followed by a recharge. For instance, discharging and recharging a battery by 25% would represent 1/4th of a cycle. Therefore, it’s important to know the number of cycles for which a battery is warranted.
What is the Battery Chemistry?
The two main types of batteries available in the market are Lead Acid and Lithium. Lead Acid batteries are cheap to install, but they’re inefficient and short-lived, making them unsuitable for solar storage. On the other hand, though Lithium batteries come at a higher price, they offer much better value for money.
What is Charge/Discharge Power?
The charge/discharge power of a battery storage system refers to the amount of power it can deliver. Some battery storage systems may only offer 800 watts of power, which may not be sufficient for powering high-energy devices such as kettles. It’s crucial to ensure that the battery system can accommodate your energy needs, especially if you’re generating more energy than the battery can store.
What is the Price per kWh?
Comparing different battery storage systems’ prices per kWh is a fair and accurate way to determine their value. The number of kWhs needed for your property depends on your energy consumption and the extent to which you want to reduce your bills and take advantage of ‘Time of Use’ tariffs.
What Happens During Power Cuts?
Most battery storage systems are designed solely for energy storage purposes. However, some systems offer backup capabilities to provide power during power cuts. If backup power is essential, you can contact us, and we’ll help design a bespoke solution that meets your needs.