What I Wish Everyone Knew About Battery Storage
If you've followed what we do here at Turbine Energy then you know that we don't just deal with Solar PV and Air Source Heat Pump installation, repair and maintenance, we also deal with Battery Storage within the renewable energy sector. When you think of different
types of renewable energy sources, Battery Storage is often one that gets over looked, however what if I were to tell you that Battery Storage is actually a great way of saving the planet and saving good amounts of money whilst doing so.
So let me tell you what it actually is. Battery Storage is
a renewable energy source that generates free energy, storing excess generated energy for you to use on an evening in your own home. They work by storing energy produced by solar panels, only sending electricity back to the grid when the battery is fully charged. A drained battery means that the electricity is now been drawn from the grid. It might be a little hard to understand at first, but when you hear about all the benefits that Battery Storage brings to your home, you'll be hooked!
Firstly, Battery Storage is an excellent way to save money on your energy bills. Results have shown that on average UK homeowners spend £58 a month on their energy bills, that adds up to nearly £700 annually, you can see that it all adds up at the end of the day. Just imagine a world where that monthly payment will not exist, to make that a reality installing Battery Storage in your home is the answer.
Also, all renewable energy products in the industry have that benefit on the planet, reducing environmental impacts. Battery Storage is no different. Trying to make our planet green and a healthier place to live is more important than it ever has been and installing Battery Storage into your home is stepping in the right direction on reducing your carbon footprint.
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Author - Matthew McKone 10/12/19