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Battery Storage

A large portion of the energy your solar panels produce will be exported back to the grid.

Most people would not be able to use all the electricity that they can generate from their Solar Panels Typically, the average domestic consumption of electricity annually is about 10 Kilowatt hours per day.

In the South, a 4kW Sized Solar PV System would generate between 20 - 25 kilowatt hours daily in the summer months.

Therefore, this would give you surplus green electricity that you could either give back to the grid, which you would get paid for or alternatively you could divert this extra surplus energy into a Battery to be used at night or when convenient to you.

The benefit of a Battery is financially more rewarding than sending it back to the grid!

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A better way increase your ROI

Store Excess Power

When you are creating more power than you are using then this extra bit can be stored in batteries for use on the night time.

Sell Back To Grid

If you would rather not keep the excess power you are generating that you can sell it back to the grid.

No Lost Generation

Using batteries allows you to do something with the extra power and increase on your ROI, rather than letting it disappear.

Up until very recently we believed that battery storage was too expensive, too bulky and battery life was poor to say the least.
Over the last 3 years our existing customers have often enquired as to whether it was a good time to have a battery storage system and we always replied with an emphatic “no” and suggested that they wait until the price dropped and the product improved.
Now however some systems are vastly superior and have a much better guarantee in terms of years and cycles.

Tesla Powerwall installation by skilled technicians for enhanced energy storage - Bright Sky Solar

A large portion of the energy your solar panels produce will be exported back to the grid.

In standby mode 90% of the electricity you generate could be exported.

It is assumed that you export 50% of what you generate and this is what you are paid for by your energy supplier at around 5 pence per unit regardless of how much energy is actually exported.

Your energy supplier will then sell it back to you at a much higher rate ( typically 12 pence per unit ) when you require more energy than you are generating.

It makes sense therefore to harness this energy, prevent it from going back to the grid and use it yourself.

Battery storage enables you store your excess generation for you to use later when your consumption is higher than your generation.

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