How Home Batteries Work
Take control over your energy costs and enjoy uninterrupted power when you pair a solar energy system with a home battery. Rooftop solar panels may only generate energy during the day, sending any unused energy back to the grid. However, at night, your reliance on grid energy can lead to higher costs under California's time-of-use rates.
With whole-home batteries, you can store excess solar energy, ensuring backup power during outages and a stable source when solar panels are less productive. Embrace seamless integration, reduce reliance on the grid, and maximize self-consumption of solar energy for a reliable and sustainable power supply to your home.
During the day, with a whole-home battery, you can store excess solar energy, instead of returning it back to the grid. This ensures backup power during outages or a stable source when solar panels are less productive.
During the night, a whole home battery works by using the energy that was stored during the day and allows you to continue using your own self-generated power without having to rely on the grid