Solar batteries store the energy generated by solar panels and store them for later use.
In some cases, solar batteries have their own inverters and provide integrated energy conversion.
The higher the battery capacity, the more solar energy can be stored.
When you install solar cells as part of a solar panel system, you can store excess solar energy at home without having to feed it back into the grid.
If your solar panel generates more power than you need, the extra energy will be used to charge the battery. Later, when the solar panel is not generating electricity, you can extract the energy previously stored in the battery for night use.
The electricity is sent back to the grid only when the battery is fully charged, and it is taken from the grid only when the battery is exhausted.
In practice, this means that homes with solar energy storage can store excess solar energy on-site for emergencies.
In addition, solar batteries store energy in your home, so they can provide short-term backup power if your area loses power.
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