How Solar Battery Storage Works
Your solar panels produce electricity during the daytime to power your home and charge your battery storage. When your solar system isn’t producing electricity (at night or on cloudy days), your battery decreases the amount of electricity you draw from the grid and reduces your energy bills. Plus when the power goes out, the excess energy stored in your home battery kicks in to keep your lights on and appliances running.
Charge Your Home Battery With Solar
As your system produces energy, it will automatically send the excess amount to your battery storage system for when you need it most and/or sells it back to the grid.
Decrease Grid Energy Usage at Peak Times
Your home battery will maximize your solar use with intuitive storage software to reduce peak-time charges by monitoring your home energy use and utility rates to determine the best power source.
Backup Power When You Need it Most
When the power goes out, your home battery will provide seamless backup power to keep your lights, essential appliances on and your phones charged.
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Enjoy Peace of Mind
Protect your home during power outages and blackouts by powering essential appliances and electronics.
Reduce Peak-Time Charges
Maximize your solar energy use through intelligent software that shifts when you draw power from the grid.
Manage Your System With Ease
Create customized settings to monitor your solar, storage and home energy usage in real-time.
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