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Energy Storage Systems

Solar Energy Storage

Combining energy storage with both renewable and traditional power sources will output clean, conditioned, and uninterrupted AC power. Energy storage with energy management technology provides economic benefits while protecting critical necessities.

A Solar Energy System with Energy Storage Will...

  1. Provide Emergency Power During Electrical Outages

    Although electricity produced by a solar system will reduce your dependence on the utility grid during the day and save you money, grid-tied systems will automatically shut off during a utility blackout, as required by law. If your system isn't tied to the grid, it is still impractical to rely on it exclusively as your source of electricity during an electrical blackout due to its intermittent production of electricity, even on a sunny day.

    However, if that intermittent solar electricity is sent to an energy storage unit (or battery bank) to be saved during high production periods, the unit can provide a seamless source of quality electricity to the home throughout the entire day or at night if there's a power outtage.

  2. Reduce Your Dependence on the Electric Grid

    Besides being able to take advantage of the free electricity generated by your solar modules during the day, you can also utilize the battery bank to supply your home's power during "on-peak" hours to save money.

    The batteries, which are recharged from the solar array or from the grid during "off-peak" periods, can be used to eliminate expensive electricity rates during "on-peak" periods.

    Additionally, New Jersey's Net Metering law enables you to transfer excess energy from your solar system to the grid for credit (and spin your meter backwards).

  3. Enable You to Manage Your Electrical Usage

    The operation of the energy manager is primarily controlled through two modes to ensure that you are best covered for your current and future situations.

    The first specifically reduces "on-peak" usage by using the batteries to supply power to the home during the day.

    The second mode will conserve battery power in anticipation of a power interruption.

    In the event of a utility failure, the system will automatically sense the outage and supply your home with power within milliseconds, limiting the electrical usage to essential circuits.

  4. Allow You to Monitor & Control Your Electrical Consumption

    The system's monitoring gateway requires no land-line or internet connection; instead, its signal travels wirelessly using a dedicated, encrypted and secure connection to allow you instant access to the system's performance.

    Just log in from your computer or mobile phone and you’ll find current, detailed activity reports regarding the system's energy consumption, solar production, battery charge, daily electrical usage, energy use, and weather forecasts stored securely online.

    When trouble strikes and the system's activity becomes altered, the system interacts with the central station to send out an immediate alert via email or text message.

Recharging the Battery Bank

Recharging the Battery Bank

Learn how the battery bank keeps a full charge for when you need it.

How Energy Storage Works

How Energy Storage Works

Learn how an energy storage system operates to make you more energy efficient.

Benefits of Solar Energy


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