Store your energy to use at a better time

If your home is connected to our network and your generation creates more electricity than you need, you can store it to use at a later time using a battery.

For example: high generation during the day when there is little demand could result in your battery charging. This would discharge later on when your resource has reduced and you need it.


PowerNet’s Smart Energy Home battery stores energy from solar panels when its not being used to use later

The Clean Energy Council’s Battery Assurance Program includes a list of lithium-based batteries (energy storage devices) that meet industry best practice requirements. It also includes a best practice guide.

More information is available on the Smarter Homes website.

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