Since 2019, the average cost of electricity for U.K. households has increased by nearly 400% - with no signs of slowing down. Installing Solar and battery storage means you can cut your energy bills by as much as 90%.
The panels on your roof produce electricity, which is either fed directly into your home, stored in a battery for later use or exported back to the grid.
Batteries allow you to save what your panels produce for use when you need it—completely on-demand energy.
Your home is still connected to the grid, even when Solar is installed. If your home needs more power than the Solar is supplying, the grid can supply the difference; it also gives you a handy option to sell the excess back.
During daylight hours the panels produce electricity.
The electricity produced is initially used by the demands of your home. We call this 'load first'.
After your batteries are fully charged - any excess energy produced is exported back to the grid.
The rest is stored in your batteries for use when you need it later.