With all the technologies, brands, and configurations available for battery storage, it can be tricky to try and decide which battery system is right for you.
We’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions to try and make things a bit clearer. If you’d like further information or a quote, please contact us today on 1300 334 839 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Off grid power systems supply electricity to properties that are not connected to the public electricity network. Sometimes referred to as “stand-alone power systems” (SAPS), or “remote area power systems” (RAPS).
Grid connected battery storage products vary a fair bit, but they all have one thing in common – unlike off-grid systems, these systems still require the property to have a grid connection.
The cost of a battery storage system depends on many factors such as energy requirements, peak power requirements, equipment quality, enabling equipment required (some products have built-in inverters, others don’t), install location (affects STC value), and many others.
For off-grid systems, the biggest factor is how much energy you need.
Generally speaking; small off-grid systems can range from $20,000 to $30,000, most family homes usually range from $30,000 to $55,000, and large or luxury homes can be from $60,000 upwards.
Grid-connected battery systems start at around $18,000.
*Prices are given as general indications only, and we recommend seeking an accurate indication of what a system would cost for your specific needs. These price indications may vary without notice.