Today more than ever, conscientious people are deeply concerned about energy conservation, reducing the carbon footprint, and preserving non-renewable resources. And, regardless of political views on energy or climate change, we all want to reduce what we pay out for escalating energy costs.
Reasons to go with solar power
- You get a reliable, uninterrupted energy supply.
- You find shelter and insulation from the storm of constantly rising costs for public utilities.
- You help preserve Mothership Earth by using a renewable, clean energy source.
- You let the feds help cover the cost of installing solar by using the 2022 tax incentives and save 26%!
And If you want to have the capability of going totally off the grid, then battery storage is absolutely required. Battery storage gives you true independence. Solar backup or battery storage enables you to:
1: Keep the power on even when your system is tied to the grid.
You see if you had no battery storage available to you, when the main utility grid goes down you are essentially without your solar power as well. Without a battery during the night your solar installation is idle.
2: Enjoy true off the grid independence.
Because you have a battery, you have power anytime you want or need it. Store the excess power you originally create instead of pushing it onto the utility grid. You see, when you push power to the grid, the utility company pays you cents on the dollar for it and then later when you need power from the grid, they charge you full price! It of course makes better sense to keep what you made instead of selling it to the power company at a reduced cost and then having to buy it back later at full price! You keep what is yours. Solar battery backup keeps becoming more and more competitive.
With each passing year solar battery technology improves and the storage capabilities get more and more efficient. Today most solar storage batteries are lithium-ion, but the scientific community is aggressively pursuing other possibilities, always looking for better and less expensive options. Another nice trend is that as production has increased over the years, the price for batteries keeps dropping.
And Solar batteries work just like any others for phones or home use. Your solar panels generate DC power. An inverter grabs that and converts it to AC so your HVAC system and home appliances can use it. The unused power that is generated is captured by your battery cells. Once the battery is fully charged, excess power can be cast off to the main utility grid where you earn power credits or in some cases get paid.
As with most batteries, when considering solar cells, you will want to consider cost, capacity, power, and how long they will hold their charge. Obviously, the more battery capacity you have the more you get to use your self-generated power and avoid buying power. Additionally, because of the costs involved with solar battery panels, you should always take a look at reliability and the various warranties offered.
Take out the doubt and contact SOLARPARTS about the latest in solar backup and batteries. The information is accurate and it’s always free. SOLARPARTS wants to help you help yourself save money and achieve energy independence.
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