In addition to the Federal tax credit, there is also a Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) which could provide an additional rebate to solar customers who store the excess power that their solar generates. Currently the SGIP program is closed for SDG&E customer, but we’re expecting it to open sometime in 2020.
A solar battery offers short-term backup in case there is a power outage in your area.
Because of the extremely high cost for electricity and the fact that Southern California has so many sunny days per year, adding solar to your home or business has become common practice for many residents. Most solar energy systems send excess energy back to the grid which earns them credit toward future usage. Our batteries allow you to store a portion of the electricity that your solar generates, so that you can use it at night when you need it most!
At Sunline Energy we offer a few different options when it comes to power storage. When selecting which type of battery is best for your needs, it is important to consider not just the kWh storage capacity, but also the discharge amperage rating. Even with a high kWh storage capacity, a low discharge amperage rating could prevent you from powering larger appliances.
No matter when your solar system was installed or what type of equipment you have, Sunline Energy has a power storage solution for you. Our batteries come in many different sizes and can be paired with any solar panel or inverter.
To take advantage of power storage incentives and protect yourself from the increased cost of electricity and unfavorable billing terms for solar customers, please contact Sunline Energy today to find out which power storage solution is best for you.
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