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Solar Battery Installation Company

Learn About the Solar Batteries We Install

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Batteries

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Enphase

Enphase is best known for its microinverter technology, which converts and optimizes the direct current (DC) energy produced by solar panels into usable alternating current (AC) electricity.

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LG Chem

The LG Chem Solar Battery is a type of lithium-ion battery designed specifically for storing and utilizing solar energy in residential, commercial, and utility-scale applications.

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Tesla Powerwall

The Tesla Powerwall is an acclaimed home battery system created by Tesla, a trailblazing company at the forefront of electric vehicles and clean energy solutions.

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Why Do I Need a Solar Battery?

A solar battery is an important addition to your home, commercial, or agricultural solar panel system to maximize the benefits of being off the grid. Solar batteries will allow you to be fully independent when it comes to power consumption by storing excess electricity that's generated during the day so that you can power your house when the sun isn’t out.

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What are the Benefits of Solar Battery Storage?

A solar battery storage offers several advantages that can add value to the whole solar panel system. Here are some key benefits:

Stores Excess Power Generated

Your solar panel system is capable of producing more power than you need, especially on days when the sun shines brightly and your operations are at a halt. What will happen to the extra power your solar panels generate? It will be sent to the grid if you don't have battery storage.

Having a solar battery storage will help you store energy and use it on days when generation is low making you independent from using electricity from the grid.

It will Help You Avoid Power Outages

Batteries can store excess power generated by your solar panels, so in the off chance of a power outage or if the grid goes down, your operations will have electricity available to use thanks to the batteries installed in your solar panel system.

Can Provide Power Even at Night

Come night time, solar panels will lose their ability to generate electricity, requiring your home, agricultural operations or your business operations (if you also run your business after office hours) to get its power from the grid if you don't have any battery storage. With a solar battery, you'll be using the power generated by your solar panel system during the day and use it to light up what you need at night - it will also help keep your electric bill low.

Further Reduce your Carbon Footprint

Getting off the grid and using natural energy sources is one of the few things someone can do to live a greener life. Installing solar batteries will allow you to take it to another level by allowing you to consume less power from

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How Do I Get Solar Batteries Installed?

Let’s review how you can get solar batteries installed:

Assess Your Energy Needs

Begin by evaluating your energy consumption patterns and determining your specific requirements. Consider factors such as the size of your property (home, business, farm), average energy usage, and any specific backup power needs during outages.

Find a Reputable Solar Installer

Research and identify reputable solar installation companies in your area. Look for those with experience in solar battery installations and positive customer reviews. Obtain multiple quotes to compare pricing, equipment options, and installation services.

Site Assessment and Design

Once you select a solar installer, they will conduct a site assessment to evaluate your property's solar potential. They will analyze factors such as roof orientation, shading, and available space to design an optimal solar system and determine the suitable size and type of solar battery for your needs.

Obtain Permits and Approvals

Solar installations often require permits and approvals from local authorities and utility companies. Your solar installer should handle the necessary paperwork and coordinate with the relevant entities to ensure compliance with regulations.

Installation Process

The installation team will schedule a date to install your solar panels and the associated solar battery system. They will mount the panels on your roof or in a suitable location, install the battery unit, and connect the components to your electrical system. The process involves wiring, configuring inverters, and ensuring proper functionality.

System Testing and Commissioning

After installation, the solar system and batteries will undergo testing to ensure everything is functioning correctly. The installer will check the performance of the solar panels, battery charging and discharging, and the integration with your electrical system.

Monitoring and Maintenance

Once your solar batteries are installed, you can monitor their performance and energy production through a monitoring system provided by your installer. Routine maintenance, such as cleaning the panels and checking the battery system, may be required to ensure optimal operation. Most installers offer maintenance and warranty services to support the longevity and efficiency of your solar battery system.

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Choosing a Top Solar Battery Installation Company

Direct Power is properly equipped and uniquely positioned to serve your Solar Battery installation needs, with the capability of setting up across the entire southeast. We have experience with all the utilities and municipalities and our installers are highly experienced and certified by the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners. We are masters of handling any solar panel system designs, from the most basic to the toughest and complex of projects, while ensuring our clients get the satisfaction they deserve.

Do you want to learn more about going solar? Direct Power is here to help. Contact us to get a free quote or call us at 855-786-6957.

Get A Free Estimate

Call 855-786-6957 or complete the form below. A Direct Power Solar Specialist will contact you to schedule your solar estimate, how much you can save, and help you determine if solar is right for you.

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