Solar PV Battery Storage

Domestic Battery Storage

Solar energy is good. Self-consumption is better!

As Feed-in Tariffs (FITs) are no longer available for the electricity you generate for new Solar PV systems, battery storage systems are ideal for domestic properties to increase our self-consumption and maximise return on investment.

The end of the FITs for solar energy has led to a rethink about the use of solar energy. Optimising self-consumption is currently much more lucrative than simply feeding solar energy into the grid. It’s better to store solar energy and use it around the clock. With battery storage, you can store energy and increase your self-consumption up to 85%.

We are a professional, local service and one of a few Tesla Powerwall 2 accredited installer in Lincolnshire.

Find out more information from our Solar Battery FAQ page here.

Enjoy The Benefits

  • Reduce energy bills
  • Use surplus energy and still get an export tariff
  • Store energy and increase your self-consumption up to 85%
  • Backup power in the event of a grid outage
  • Some systems you don’t even need solar

How It Works

To learn more about how Solar Batteries work, read our 'Guide to Solar Batteries - What you Need to Know' here.

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