Batteries that are powered by a Solar array, are a wise investment for balancing your home’s energy demands. By storing the excess energy generated by your solar panels, you can ensure that your home or business will always have a reliable power supply, even during periods of reduced sunlight.
Solar batteries are available in a wide range of sizes and capacities, making them suitable for both small and large-scale applications. Additionally, most models come with built-in inverters, which optimizes the storage power from your solar system. So if you’re looking for a way to keep the lights on during cloudy days, during storms, or rolling black outs – solar batteries are the perfect solution.

Under NEM 3.0, pairing a battery with solar will be mandatory. If this isn’t something you want, installing solar before April 13, 2023, is crucial.
Under NEM 2.0, you get to choose to add battery storage at a later date. This will give you time to think about the benefits of pairing a battery system with your solar energy system. Here are a few benefits to consider:


If there’s a power outage, your solar system will automatically shut off. Even if there is a sunny day and your solar panels are still generating power – your home would be without power – because your power is tied to the utility grid. The Solution:A paired battery system will keep your lights on until utility power is restored.


You CAN Have the peace of mind that most of power outages can be overcome with your independent battery backup system


With a battery backup system you’ll get full VALUE for every watt your solar system produces. Because you won’t have to sell your excess power back to the utility company at reduced rates.


Instead of selling excess solar power to the utility company, you get to keep your energy in your battery and use it at night to meet your home’s power needs. Under NEM 3.0, excess power is no longer resold at retail rates, and credits are reduced by 75% than under NEM 2.0


When pairing a battery with a solar system, homeowners can produce and power their homes with clean energy and obviously reduce your reliance on the power grid. All of these reasons make installing a battery backup system to your solar array a wise choice. It just makes sense that if you decide to use solar, then pairing a battery system will save you money and give you excellent benefits in the long run.

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