Blackout Protection Battery
Following the storms across Australia in the past few weeks we have put together a buying group to purchase quality battery generators at a reasonable cost. If you would like to purchase the Ecoflow battery generator, contact us now for more information on email@example.com.
Putting in a battery to store your own energy for when you want to use it makes a lot of sense. With many homes now able to put larger solar systems on their roof and getting very little for the excess energy they produce, saving it for the evening peak or for emergencies adds value to that investment.
Like most things there are batteries and there are batteries. Size is not the only measure of performance so it is good to do some independent research. See our links page to go to the various testing sites and information that can give you some confidence when talking about batteries. Then give us a call to help you decide if a battery is right for you.
Making sense of kW, kWh, usable capacity, nominal capacity, hybrid or battery inverter is enough to make people go find something else to do.
At ABS we can help make finding the right storage solution a lot easier. While we have preferred suppliers like LG Chem, Powerplus, Red Earth and Redback, if this is not the right solution for you we will help you choose the most appropriate product to ensure you get great value and best performance.
We can also help you find the right rebates or subsidies where possible. Fill in the form below with information about what you want to do and we will come back to you with some options.
LG Chem is Australia’s largest selling battery module manufacturer making 48V and 400V modules ranging from 6.6kWh to 13kWh.
PowerPlus is an Australian battery manufacturer located in Melbourne. They make a range of high quality battery modules which can be match to both Australian made Selectronics inverters or a number of imported hybrid inverters.
RedEarth and Redback are Australian owned and operated companies that design and assemble batteries in Australia. They have a range of single and three phase batteries systems integrated with their own inverters into a BESS (Battery Energy Storage System).