Solar Battery Storage for Homes
For homeowners in San Diego and surrounding areas, solar battery storage is a great way to enhance your new or current solar system and protect yourself from the rolling blackouts that the utility companies are now implementing year-round. At Sunny Solar Power we are your choice for home battery storage and offsetting your time of use charges (TOU). A solar battery can not only saving you money on your existing bill but allowing you to keep the power on during emergencies and SDGE blackouts. If you're a homeowner in San Diego looking to combine solar battery storage with your solar panel system. contact Sunny Solar Power today for a quick, easy, no-pressure estimate.
Increase Your Home Value
The real estate market has long demonstrated that solar panel installation can increase the value of one's home. The same holds true with solar battery storage as the price of installation is often recouped with the home's selling final price. Additionally, homes purchased with existing solar systems are rewarded with tax incentives and lower energy bills that can cover the cost of installation of the life of the systems warranty. Recent studies show that the average increase in home resale value can vary between $4-$6K for each 1 kilowatt of solar panels installed.
Offset Time of Use Charges
Most homes draw their power from the grid at night, when solar panels aren't generating energy. This gives utilities the ability to charge you more money for using your energy during peak times. Many customers prefer not to pay extra fees for using energy at certain times, especially if those times coincide with when they're away from home. To solve this problem, homeowners install solar panels. These panels generate energy throughout the day and night, allowing them to store energy for future use. By storing energy, homeowners avoid paying TOU charges.
Keep the Power On!
Solar panels produce energy, but if there is no battery connected to the panel it won’t store any energy. If you have solar panels but no battery, then during a blackout your solar system will stop generating energy. To avoid this problem, install a battery. Batteries create a closed loop system that keeps your solar system running even when the power goes out. When the power comes back on, your batteries will start charging again. Your solar system will continue to generate energy until the battery is full. Once the battery is full, your solar system will stop producing energy. You can choose when you use your energy and not be subject to the price whims of utility companies.
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