Wednesday, October 19, 2016

How To Size Your Solar Power Batteries

Solar Power Batteries are a big investment for any Aussie householder. Therefore you want to base any purchase, on well educated decisions. 

Decisions based on facts and figures! 

First of all, what you need is importantly data. Without data you are really making a guess! 

Such 24/7 data you will need to know is :

  • Consumption
  • Generation
  • Import
  • Export
  • Size of appliance loads

Having all of the above data in relation to the time of day, is going to answer most of your questions. All of this information creating a suitable starting point for further investigation. 

Data allowing you in theory to shuffle generated / consumed energy between appliances and future battery banks. 

Further making sure you maximise power and cost savings, in many different ways. Importantly allowing you to:

  • Reduce imported power
  • Reduce exported power [when there is little financial return]
  • Maximise your consumption of solar power
  • Maximise the solar power sent to your batteries
  • Maximise the use of your battery power over imported
  • Install only the required number of any additional solar panels

To get all of the data, you simply need to install the required Aussie Home Energy Monitoring Solution. Thus removing all guesswork!

Allowing you to make the decision to install solar power batteries with an educated mind based on good data! Finally answering that question, 'How do I know if solar power batteries will work best for me and show a good financial return?'

So why not checkout our SOLAR POWER MONITORING page and start the investigation today?

This blog post brought to you by Aussie Home Energy, a major player in the HOME ELECTRICITY SAVING SERVICE industry in Australia.

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