The recent and increasingly violent Australian weather is making some citizens consider about acquiring home energy storage system for their households.
ABC News reported that as a result of ex-tropical cyclone Oswald, more than 230,000 homes were without power after at least 2,000 transmission wires were blown down.
One of the ways solar households can keep the lights on during a blackout event is through the fully integrated home energy storage system, which contains Li-ion or LiFePO4 batteries. These computer controlled systems allow a household to store energy for use when required and can also be tapped during peak periods when the sun isn’t shining.
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