Battery Backup Residential
Battery Backup Residential systems have become increasingly popular in recent years, as more homeowners seek to reduce their reliance on the traditional power grid and protect themselves from power outages. These systems allow homeowners to store excess energy generated from their solar panels or other renewable energy sources, which can then be used during periods of high energy demand or when the grid is down.
Progressive Energy Solutions offers a range of residential battery backup options, including lithium-ion and lead-acid batteries, with capacities ranging from 3 kWh to 30 kWh or more. The company also provides expert installation and ongoing maintenance services to ensure that the systems operate smoothly and efficiently.
By choosing Progressive Energy Solutions, homeowners can benefit from greater energy independence, lower energy bills, and increased resilience during power outages. In addition, they can take an active role in reducing their carbon footprint and promoting a more sustainable energy future.
How Battery Backup Can Save Households Money
Battery backup systems can help households save money in several ways. First, by storing excess energy generated from solar panels or other renewable energy sources, homeowners can reduce their reliance on the traditional power grid and lower their energy bills. This is especially true during peak energy demand periods, when electricity prices are typically higher.
Second, battery backup systems can help households avoid costly power outages. With a reliable source of backup power, homeowners can continue to operate their essential appliances and electronics during an outage, avoiding the need for costly hotel stays or the spoilage of perishable food items.
Finally, by reducing their reliance on fossil fuels and promoting a more sustainable energy future, households can potentially benefit from government incentives and rebates that reward the use of renewable energy and energy storage technologies.
Overall, battery backup systems offer a cost-effective way for households to increase their energy independence, lower their energy bills, and prepare for power outages, all while contributing to a more sustainable energy future.
Why Solar Panels are Good for You
1. Clean Energy
Solar reduces the user’s reliance on unrenewable fossil fuels like coal, oil, and natural gas. Electricity production from fossil fuels is the largest producer of greenhouse gas emissions. According to NASA, the effects of climate change will lead to increased wildfires, heat, droughts, and insect outbreaks in the Southwest United States. Unlike these forms of dirty energy, the sun offers an unlimited source that does not have harmful effects on the environment. Residential solar is an investment for both the homeowner and the planet.
2. Freedom and Control
American households have experienced a steadily increasing amount of time spent in power blackouts, and the number of wildfires and natural disasters just within the past few years is evidence of a worrying trend that will stifle the control U.S. households have on their energy. The California power grid is over 100 years old and would require up to $150 million to be properly protected against wildfires. This means that everyone, including those not directly threatened, could experience blackouts for fire prevention.
By using solar panels and adding a home battery unit, households can store electricity to use during heightened usage powers. This would give homeowners with residential solar independence from our antiquated infrastructure.
As solar panels and home batteries become more popular, they are also becoming more affordable and efficient. The ability to be in control of power provides certainty and safety to families in a way that is cleaner and quieter than the average backup generator.
3. Saving Money
Because solar panels are constantly gathering energy, they offer year-round productivity and will save money sun or shade. Depending on their size and placement, solar panels can produce more energy than necessary, reducing the monthly energy bill to close to zero. In some areas, homeowners with residential solar panels can even get rebates if excess energy is generated.
4. Tax Breaks
Depending on their area, households with solar panels can receive local, state, or federal tax breaks. Currently, the federal solar tax credit gives a reduction against income tax that is dollar-for-dollar, and the residential federal solar tax credit, equal to 26% of the total cost of solar systems installed, does the same. These benefits will last for years into the future.
Residential solar panels can also increase the resale value of a house by more than 4.1% on average when compared to homes without solar, according to Zillow.
5. Falling Prices
The cost of solar has fallen more the 80% since 2010, and this is just the beginning. By installing residential solar, you will be saving money on installation, maintenance, and total energy usage, all while reducing harm done to the environment by fossil fuels. Contact your Progressive Energy Consultant for a complimentary solar quote today.
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What size battery backup system do I need for my home?” This is because the size of the battery backup system needed for a home depends on several factors, such as the size of the home, the number of appliances and devices that need power during an outage, the length of the outage, and the level of backup power required.?
Determining the size of a battery backup system for a home requires a careful assessment of the household’s energy needs and usage patterns. A qualified installer can help determine the appropriate size of the system for the home.
To provide a general idea, the size of the battery backup system needed for a home depends on several factors, such as the size of the home, the number of appliances and devices that need power during an outage, the length of the outage, and the level of backup power required.
One way to estimate the size of the battery backup system needed is to calculate the total wattage of the appliances and devices that need power during an outage, and then add up the total energy needed for the desired length of time. This will provide an estimate of the total energy capacity required for the battery backup system.
Overall, it’s important to consult with a qualified installer thus Progressive Energy Solutions to determine the appropriate size of a battery backup system for your specific home and needs.