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Residential energy storage

Residential battery storage refers to the use of batteries to store energy generated from renewable sources like solar panels or wind turbines for use in a home. The stored energy can be used during periods when the renewable energy system is not producing enough energy, such as during the night or on cloudy days.
Residential battery storage systems typically consist of a battery bank, an inverter, and a charge controller. The inverter converts the DC electricity produced by the batteries into AC electricity that can be used by household appliances, while the charge controller ensures that the batteries are charged at the appropriate rate and prevents overcharging.
BSLBATT has a wide range of energy storage products, including hybrid solar inverters and solar lithium batteries and is committed to providing customers with the most cost-effective and sustainable energy solutions. Safety, integrity, responsibility and reliability are the keywords for BSLBATT.
  • On Grid
  • Peak Shaving & Valley Filling
  • Smart Micro Grid Solution
  • Emergency Power Back-up
  • Maximum Energy Self-consumption
  • Off Grid System
    Residential energy storage can be an excellent solution for off-grid living. In this scenario, the system typically consists of a solar panel array, a battery storage unit, and an inverter. The solar panels generate electricity during the day and store it in the battery, which can be used to power the home during the night or when the sun isn't shining.
  • On Grid System
    Residential energy storage systems can also be used in on-grid applications. These systems are designed to store excess electricity generated from solar panels during the day and then discharge the stored energy during peak electricity demand periods or during a power outage. On-grid residential energy storage systems can help homeowners save money on their electricity bills, provide backup power during outages, and contribute to a more stable and reliable electricity grid.
  • Peak Shaving & Valley Filling
    Peak shaving and valley filling are applications of residential energy storage that involve storing energy during off-peak hours when electricity is cheaper and using that energy during peak hours when electricity is more expensive. This helps to reduce overall energy costs and can also help to reduce strain on the electrical grid during peak demand periods.
  • Smart Micro Grid Solution
    Residential energy storage can also be used as a smart microgrid solution. A microgrid is a localized group of electricity sources and loads that typically operates connected to and synchronously with the traditional centralized grid but can also disconnect and function autonomously as physical and/or economic conditions dictate. With the integration of renewable energy sources like solar or wind, microgrids can become even more sustainable and efficient.
  • Emergency Power Back-up
    Residential energy storage can also be used as an emergency power backup system, providing a reliable source of electricity during power outages or other emergencies. With a battery storage system installed in your home, you can keep your essential appliances and devices running when the power goes out. This can include things like your refrigerator, lights, medical equipment, and communication devices.
  • Maximum Energy Self-consu
    By maximizing self-consumption, homeowners can reduce their reliance on grid electricity, which not only saves them money on their energy bills but also reduces their carbon footprint by using more renewable energy. Additionally, in areas where utilities offer time-of-use pricing, homeowners can save even more by using stored energy during peak periods when electricity prices are highest.