Battery storage for grid-connected systems
Everything you need to know
Over the past two years, the demand for on-grid battery storage has rapidly accelerated alongside the ever-increasing uptake of solar photovoltaics (PV). This natural progression has been spurred on by consumers seeking peace of mind and the desire to exploit the value of the solar energy produced on their own roofs.
The growth in this business segment means that there is a large range of battery storage solutions on offer. Our team is here to help you to select the safest and most reliable solar battery storage option for your clients.
When it comes to the battery system in grid applications, lithium-based technology is the clear favourite. Lithium is a very energy-dense mineral and ideal for home energy storage applications.
The other classic amongst battery technologies is lead-acid. While it is an old technology, the lead-acid battery chemistry and cycle life have been improved over time and are well proven. Due to its advantages in hot environments and ability to supply high amperage loads, there is still a place for lead-acid batteries in Australia.
We ensure that both technologies are matched with the correct inverter. Our team can assist you to choose the right battery system for your clients.
There is an increasing range of batteries available in the market today, so it can be difficult to ensure that batteries and battery inverters are compatible and appropriate for the application. Here at BayWa r.e. Solar Systems we can help to assist you with selecting the right battery for your solar system no matter the size or complexity of the system!
Off-Grid Containerised Solutions
Distributed energy storage is becoming more and more competitive for fringe-of-grid and traditional off-grid locations as the cost of battery and solar modules decreases.
In partnership with a number of companies, we have developed two fully functional off-grid enclosures and one large containerised solution.
Contact our team to view the installations in Bibra Lake, Perth.