If you get solar without a battery and the grid goes down, so do you, even if it is during the day when your solar is producing power. This is because the system back feeds the grid, and it is too dangerous to do that while the utility company is working on the lines. With a battery system, the battery will actually shut off the back feeding, and turn your home into a micro grid! This allows you to have power during the day from solar, and power during the night from the battery for as long as you need to repeat the cycle. Don't be a slave to the utility!
Avoid expensive On-Peak prices by charging batteries during Off-Peak hours, and then discharging during On-Peak times. This allows you to get full credit for your solar production.
Reduce your dependency on net metering by storing excess solar in batteries. As the sun goes down you pull energy from your battery rather than the grid.
Discharge batteries during times of peak demand to reduce stress on the grid, targeting one of the most costly charges on your monthly utility bill.
1215 Colusa Ave, Yuba City, CA 95993
Near the food court
1950 East 20th St, Chico, CA 95928
Main entrance by Xfinity
900 Dana Dr, Redding CA, 96003
Next to Sprouts by play area
3163 Olive Hwy, Oroville, CA 95966
Across from righteous burger (opening soon)
9210 Thornton Rd Suite 5, Stockton,
CA, 95209. Across from Dairy Queen
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