Offset bad net metering policy
A viable source of emergency power
Multiple batteries can be installed to provide "whole-house" emergency power (e.g. 30A+30A+30A+30A=120A)
A grid-tied solar electric system must have a battery to provide emergency power when the utility grid is down.
New technology allows for a grid-tied solar electric system to be connected to a generator.
During the day the solar will supply additional power for electrical loads, reduce the load on the generator, and will reduce the generator fuel consumption. Using this method can extend the number of days your generator can run by as much as 4 times.
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