Posted on 02 October 2023
Australia's abundant sunshine is a gift that Solar Power Direct would like to help you make the most of. We are part of an established business, having been providing power solutions to South Australians for almost two decades. In an effort to simplify the solar experience for you we are proud to provide you this guide to the basics of solar battery systems.
The very basic reason for solar batteries is that they save energy. Solar panels soak up sunlight to generate electricity but, when the sun isn't shining, you still need power. The answer is the installation of batteries for a solar system. These batteries store extra energy produced during the day, giving you power during cloudy spells and at night.
Smart solar batteries charge up when your panels are working overtime. They store that excess electricity for when you need it, literally saving up your energy for a rainy day. When the skies are grey, your battery kicks in, keeping your power on. Using solar batteries in Adelaide and South Australia is the perfect way to store energy for peak times.
While solar batteries carry huge potential benefits for power and cost savings, they may not be suitable for every situation. If you're in a sun-soaked area and connected to the grid, the cost-effectiveness of batteries might not add up. It's important to assess your individual circumstances to make the right choice. Contact to us so we can offer you professional advice that is right for you.
Batteries in a solar system connect differently based on their type. Direct Current (DC) batteries use the same current as solar panels, while AC batteries match the household and grid current. In either case, energy from your solar panels is converted to AC for household and grid use or for battery storage, depending on the battery type. The potential advantages and disadvantages of each will depend upon your specific situation.
The installation of batteries for a solar system may raise questions regarding cost savings, government grants, feed-in tariffs and more. With all the variables involved, it is a good idea to get in touch so we can help you save the maximum on your energy costs.
When you’re looking for batteries for a solar system in South Australia, talk to the professionals at Solar Power Direct. Call 08 7226 0560 or contact us online with your questions and let us provide our expert solar power guidance.