Put simply, it’s a type of battery that hooks up to your home’s solar power setup, allowing you to store and harvest low-cost power from the grid and your system. The Duracell solar battery was released in late 2019, becoming the first Social Energy-compatible home battery on the UK market.
What is the Duracell Energy Bank?
How does it work?
The compact battery connects to your home’s solar power system and stores any excess energy that is generated during the daytime, making it available for use at night (and indeed at any time you need it). This ability to store and make use of additional, excess energy is the big innovation at the heart of the Duracell solar battery, as it also opens up a whole new world of other benefits for energy consumers.
What are the other benefits?
Think about it: if you can save it up, you can sell it. The ability to hold on to unused solar power that would otherwise go to waste is a revolution for energy customers, making it possible for the first time for people to sell excess energy back to the grid for others to use. That’s right, you can make earnings on your excess energy, by selling the surplus with Social Energy technology. The Duracell Energy Bank comes with powerful supporting apps making it easy to monitor, balance and control your energy use from your smartphone, putting power in the hands of consumers in a big way.
Sounds good for the environment as well as the pocket
The battery is one of the greenest home energy storage products on the market, with the LiFePO4 technology at its heart providing a reliable, long-lasting, efficient and environmentally friendly way to store and manage your energy. Switching to a solar battery is a big step towards becoming energy self-sufficient and reducing your reliance on the high-cost, polluting energy providers you used to buy from. Being able to save solar power means you can now use it at any time based on your needs which helps to vastly reduce waste. And, of course, any surplus energy that you don’t use can be sold back to the grid, further benefiting energy efficiency and allowing you to make earnings on power you don’t use.
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