Solar Energy Storage

Saving You Money & Saving Our Planet


Solar Panel Technology


Power Output Range

Energy Storage

Battery Options Available

More Than Just Solar Panels

We’ve all heard the saying “Saving for a Rainy Day”, right? Well, investing in a Solar Battery System is having the most cutting edge, innovative, technological piggy “bank” available! Are you working from home and need to run your A/C during the day, but you’re getting charged a small fortune by the Utility Co. with increased usage fees for “peak” hours? Or what if there is an outage? Protect your family from California power outages and excessive billing with Solar Battery Storage. Keep excess power generated by your solar system in reserve and ready for optimal use.

Have The Backup When You Need It

Traditional power plants typically generate the electricity that goes through your home by combusting oil, coal, or other gas. This kind of energy production releases a lot of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, which is bad for the environment. Solar power, on the other hand, is generated by collecting photons from the sun and converting them into raw electricity. This translates to zero greenhouse gas emissions, a smaller carbon footprint at home and at work, and a safer future.

Don't Be Dependant On Energy Companies

With a solar battery system, you may reduce your reliance on the grid.   Save any extra energy for when the sun goes down at night or the grid goes down.  Traditionally, solar panels will shut off during outages to avoid grid backfeeding (a dangerous prospect for lineman working to restore the grid), but with a solar storage configuration, your panels can continue to power your home and charge your battery at night and during an outage. 

Using Stored Energy to Reduce Peak Rates

Solar will reduce your power cost, but your savings will vary depending on how your utility supplier estimates your usage. Your electricity expenses will fluctuate depending on the time of day if your utility uses Time-of-Use rates. You can use your backup energy during peak rate periods while resorting to the grid if needed when rates are at their lowest using a solar battery.