Energy storage is not a new concept. Storing the excess electricity generated by your solar panels can increase your self consumption (the solar power you generate and use within the home) up to 80%, further reducing your reliance on the national grid.
Solar panels generate electricity in daylight hours. Now you can store the solar power you generate during the day in batteries to enable access to self generated power for longer, sometimes even into the early hours of the morning!
As the PV system generates power, any excess energy not consumed by the house, is stored by your battery storage system. as the load increases or the clouds come over, the batteries will support your electricity demand, prior to drawing power from the grid. Then, when solar generation exceeds demand once more, the batteries re-charge and cycle begins again.
Later in the day, as the sun sets and solar generation declines, your PV Solar storage solution uses its stored power to provide solar generated energy into the evening.
As the PV Solar storage solution is depleted the national grid supply seamlessly and automatically re-connects to supply your home.
With a user-friendly, comprehensive monitoring programme and mobile app, the system will also provide greater insight into your electrical consumption and solar generation, enhancing your solar panel system and putting you in control.
**As certified installers of TESLA POWERWALL and several other battery storage manufacturers we can offer specialist advice and assistance to ensure you receive the battery storage system most suited to your home, electrical usage profile and PV array design.**
Our battery storage solutions are available in multiple size options, with or without an electrical back-up facility and are retro-fittable to 99% of solar PV systems including micro-inverter systems. Call us today for advice and further information.
Use more self generated solar power
Save even more as energy costs increase
Reduce fuel bills even further
Minimise reliability on grid power
To find out more contact us on 01823 480905 to arrange a free consultation.
* Subject to system size and site usage
** Subject to survey