Solar Energy Storage
Solar energy storage refers to the process of storing excess energy produced by solar panels during peak production periods. Solar energy storage Excess energy can be stored in batteries or other storage systems, allowing households to use the solar power they generate when needed without relying on the grid. Solar energy storage is typically charged during the day and used at night. Solar energy storage systems typically consist of solar panels, inverters, batteries and a battery management system. Solar panels convert sunlight into direct current (DC), which is then converted to alternating current (AC) by an inverter. Excess energy generated by solar panels can be stored in batteries for later use. Solar energy storage has several advantages, including reducing reliance on the grid, ensuring uninterrupted power supply during outages, and potentially reducing energy costs in the long run and promoting greater use of renewable energy.