Searching for low-emission solutions in times of climate disaster is a priority. If the application of a technology is not only environmentally friendly but also budget-friendly, it can be considered almost perfect. This is the case with photovoltaics. However, many people are reluctant to use it for fear that in the fall and winter, when there is much less sun than in the summer, solar modules will not generate enough energy. From a layman's perspective, this is a perfectly reasonable argument against solar panels, but in reality, it is not a real threat. Thanks to the storage of electrical energy in photovoltaic installations, your clients will not have to worry about power outages even in winter.
PYLONTECH Force H1 - FC0500-40S energy storage facilities
BYD B-BOX PREMIUM HVM 2,76kWh battery module
BYD Battery-Box Premium HVS battery 10.2
SOFAR battery module5 kWhBTS-5K (BTS5K)
Huawei LUNA2000-5KW-CO power module storage module, LiFePo4 battery
SolarEdge SE 25K - Three-phase inverter
What is an energy storage?
Nowadays, photovoltaics have developed to the point where the bigger concern is storing the electrical energy that is generated in solar modules in excess. It is worth presenting customers with specific information and definitions.
Energy storages are defined in energy law regulations as: "a separate device or set of devices used for storing energy in any form, not causing emissions that burden the environment, in a way that allows at least partial recovery".