Our number one priority is the health and safety of our people, our partners and our community. Since installing solar panels or battery storage does not require our suppliers to be in close physical contact with anyone – our suppliers are still installing. They are practicing social distancing, so will not shake your hand or come closer than 1.5m as well as ensuring good hygiene practices including regular hand washing and using hand sanitiser.
Have solar panels installed and wondering if it’s time you added batteries?
Our comprehensive solar battery guide will help you make this decision with knowledge, accuracy, and confidence.
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1. How Do Solar Batteries Work?
Since solar panels only produce electricity during the day, they cannot power night-time electricity usage on their own. Thus, many homeowners simply use grid energy at night – though they still pay lower electricity bills overall, since feed-in tariffs credit solar houses with all the extra electricity their panels fed into the grid during the day.
Other homeowners prefer to keep their solar electricity for their own use, so they connect their solar systems to storage batteries. These batteries store solar energy generated throughout the day, so that homeowners can take advantage of free electricity at any time of the day or night: