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Could this eco technology help make renewable electricity more efficient in your home? Nigel Griffiths investigates

by Nigel Griffiths15th May 2018

Solar electric panels are a popular technology with self-builders and renovators. Fundamentally, they transform daylight into useable energy – the idea being that you get to take advantage of a free renewable resource, and in doing so reduce your utility bills.

Uptake of the technology has been partially driven by the Feed In Tariff (FIT), which was introduced in 2010. The FIT pays out quarterly for every kilowatt-hour (kWh) of electricity a qualifying solar photovoltaic (PV) installation generates.

You can also sell any electricity you don’t use via the export tariff. The incentive, which lasts for 25 years, is designed to help offset the cost of installing an array.

However, it’s not always easy to make optimum use of solar-generated electricity – for reasons we’ll explore in a moment. This has led to a proliferation of research into battery storage solutions that aim to help you maximise solar resource.

The technology is developing rapidly, but is still relatively new. So is it worth considering for your home?

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What are the challenges for solar PV?

The crux of the issue is that photovoltaic panels can only generate power during daylight hours (and effectively only when the sun is well above the horizon). Cloud cover also reduces output substantially, and in winter the amount of electricity you can produce is very low.

What this means is that power isn’t produced when domestic demand for electricity is at its highest – ie in the morning, in the evening and during winter. Unless you’re at home on a bright day when there’s a good sunlight resource, and you are using the solar tech to run washing machines or other electrical appliances, you may not be able to take direct advantage of the power you’re generating.

A significant proportion of PV output would therefore be exported to the national grid. You will still receive the FIT for all the electricity you generate, plus a further payment for what’s sent to the grid. However, unless you have a suitable smart meter, the total amount of energy you can claim for under the export tariff is set at 50% of expected generation – irrespective of what percentage you actually use.

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On top of this, the FIT rate has come down significantly in recent years for electricity generated by on-site solar PV. Most domestic installations will receive a generation tariff of 3.93 pence per kWh (way down on the 44.19p/kWh available in 2010). The current export tariff is 3.57p/kWh.

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Obviously, the more of your home-generated electricity you can use on site, the less you’ll have to draw from the grid. The payments you receive from the FIT will be the same, but your electricity bill will be lower. One way to increase your usage of the PV energy is to introduce battery storage.

How to store solar electricity

The timing mismatch between electricity demand and PV supply can be partly addressed through the use of battery storage. Instead of exporting the excess to the national grid, you can stockpile the power on site and use it in the evening and at night, when the panels aren’t generating.

Battery storage systems can be supplied as part of a new PV installation, or retrofitted to existing setups. They are available in AC and DC formats, depending on which point in the system they’re hooked into (basically, AC is used after the PV’s inverter; DC before the inverter).

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The batteries are rated in terms of how many kWh of energy they can store. Domestic versions range in capacity from 2kWh to 14kWh. How you use the electricity is also important.

If your main consumption at night is short bursts of high power uses, such as kettles or electric showers, then a battery with a low output won’t reduce your grid demand that much. But it will still supply devices with a smaller power demand, such as fridges or lighting.

Battery technology has improved recently. The old lead-acid versions were cheap but they tended not to last for long and were inefficient. Lithium ion is the now the norm in many battery storage applications (including PV systems), and has greatly increased efficiency. The underlying technology isn’t likely to change much in the medium term; so it looks like lithium ion batteries are here to stay.

Is battery storage better than exporting excess electricity?

As we’ve already noted, in most cases the percentage of energy you export to the grid won’t actually affect your FIT payments. So in financial terms the calculation becomes a matter of comparing the up front cost of a battery with the savings it provides.

Of course, adding storage technology to a PV system will only reduce electricity bills for the lifetime of the battery. Most systems are warranted for a period of five or 10 years. Some manufacturers also warrant their batteries for a fixed number of cycles (a complete charge up and discharge of the unit). Others work on the basis of a specified number of kWh that will be delivered under the warranty.

To figure out whether investing in a system is worthwhile, let’s look at a simple example. If a battery storage system is expected to deliver 40,000kWh, then based on an electricity price of 15p/kWh you would expect that fitting it would save you a total of £6,000 over its warranted lifetime (40,000 x 15 / 100).

So if the setup cost £6,000 installed, you wouldn’t be saving any money – and you would also be consuming more of the earth’s resources by putting in the system. Check outNaked Solar for an interesting overview of how different systems compare on costs and savings.

Of course, batteries may last for longer than the warranted number of kilowatt-hours, and if so this would improve the economic and environmental payback. Similarly, the cost of installation could fall and the price of electricity is likely to rise.

However, we don’t yet have robust data on battery life that would allow us to make decisive calculations. So while battery costs have come down recently, it’s not yet clear-cut that they will deliver a saving (unless you’re totally off-grid).

Storing energy in this way may make more economic sense if you have a definite use for any excess power, such as to supply an electric car. Surplus energy generated during the daytime could be used to recharge the vehicle overnight, eliminating exports completely and reducing your need for power from the grid.

However, a large system would be needed to capture all the available energy and store it without exporting any – and the bigger the battery, the greater the expense and environmental impact.

Even the largest domestic setups in common use only have a storage capacity of 14kWh at most (the majority have much less). If you were using the battery to charge an electric car at night, 14kWh at 15p/kWh would save you £2.10 off your daily charging bill. This is assuming that the PV storage has fully recharged the battery during the day and that no energy has been used elsewhere in the house; so in reality you’re unlikely to achieve that level of payback.

Bear in mind that in winter, a 4kWp solar PV system may not be able to supply the required 14kWh, while in summer the panels may generate more energy than the battery can store. So you can’t simply multiply £2.10 by 365 days to work out what your annual saving would be.

Is it eco-friendly?

It takes energy and raw materials to build, transport, install and maintain any renewable generation system (known as embodied energy). Research indicates that repaying the energy cost of manufacturing and installing a small PV system in mid-Europe (the location matters, because latitude determines solar output) will take between three and four years. Some estimates are higher than this.

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The end-of-life impacts must also be considered. Some rare and toxic materials are used in the production of solar electric panels. Research is only now being carried out on how spent PV modules should be recycled at the end of their useful life.

The impact of recycling is generally excluded from current calculations of energy payback periods, as is the impact of reconditioning or replacing the inverter (which is likely to be needed at least once over the array’s lifetime).

Investing in batteries will add to the environmental impact of your installation, of course – especially as they are not expected to last as long as the panels themselves. That said, the lithium ion technology currently used is much less toxic than lead-acid, and the units themselves are more compact, which makes them easier to transport.

So is battery storage a practical option?

Even if you have solar PV installed at your home, in most cases you will still need a connection to the national grid to provide energy in the evenings, early mornings and at other times when the sun’s not shining strongly.

Battery storage can help to reduce your dependency on conventional power. It can also assist you in making better use of the solar supply, for instance by allowing you to run appliances overnight using your site-generated electricity. But the majority of this benefit will be felt in summertime.

It doesn’t solve the problem that, during winter, most domestic PV arrays simply won’t be able to cope with a family’s energy demand over a seven-day period.

However, this is a developing technology – both in terms of on site generation and large-scale grid supply – and there will undoubtedly be further innovation to come.

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How much battery storage does a solar PV system need? ›

Considering that the average solar battery is roughly 10 kilowatt-hours (kWh) in size: If you want to save the most money possible, you'll need enough battery storage to cover your energy usage when your solar panels aren't producing – somewhere around 2-3 batteries.

What type of batteries are used to store solar energy for building solar electrical systems? ›

When it comes to solar battery types, there are two common options: lithium-ion and lead-acid. Solar panel companies prefer lithium-ion batteries because they can store more energy, hold that energy longer than other batteries, and have a higher Depth of Discharge.

What are 3 drawbacks to storing solar energy in batteries? ›

Disadvantages of A Solar Battery
  • Energy Storage is Expensive. The cost of energy storage is quite high and can quite easily increase the cost of your solar PV system substantially. ...
  • Increased Complexity of Your Solar System. ...
  • Increased Maintenance For Your Solar. ...
  • Lifespan of Home Battery.
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How do you size a battery for a PV system? ›

Battery Bank Sizing for an Off-Grid System
  1. Battery bank size (kWh) = Daily energy use (kWh) x Number of days of autonomy / (1 – SOC)
  2. Battery bank size = 1.9 x 3 / (1 – 0.5) = 11.4 kWh. ...
  3. Amp-hours = 1000 x Energy storage (kWh) / Battery Voltage (Volt)
  4. Amp-hours = 1000 x 11.4 / 24 = 475 Ah at 24 Volt.
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What happens to solar power when batteries are full? ›

Should the battery bank become full, it will stop absorbing power from the solar system. The solar panels will continue to generate voltage, but that voltage will not be used or stored until there is available energy demand, or battery space.

How many batteries needed for 5kw solar system? ›

Most 5kw solar system off grid contains an inverter that runs from 96 to 120 volts. You need a 6 x 200ah battery bank if your system generates 20 kilowatts daily. The necessary battery bank will be less as your daily energy usage increases. There are batteries to store any excess power that is not being used.

What are the four types of batteries that can be used in PV systems? ›

The four main types of batteries used in the world of solar power are lead-acid, lithium ion, nickel cadmium and flow batteries.

What is the best battery type for solar storage? ›

What are the best batteries for solar? Batteries used in home energy storage typically are made with one of three chemical compositions: lead acid, lithium ion, and saltwater. In most cases, lithium ion batteries are the best option for a solar panel system, though other battery types can be more affordable.

What does a Tesla powerwall cost? ›

A single Tesla Powerwall has a price of $10,500. The system price increases based on how many units are connected together (up to 10), and the price per Powerwall is lower when installing two or more.

Is it worth getting a storage battery for solar panels? ›

Solar batteries can be a handy add on to your solar panel set-up. Whilst you can still make full use of your solar panels without a solar battery; the benefits of having solar batteries means you might rely less on the grid and be able to store and use the electricity that your house generates.

Is it better to have more batteries or more solar panels? ›

By adding battery storage onto your Solar Panel system you will be able to use more of the energy your Solar Panels generate. Resulting in greater savings and less green energy waste. As a solar battery stores energy generated in peak sun-hours, you will have a continuous supply of renewable energy throughout the day.

Do solar batteries work in a blackout? ›

Is your solar battery blackout-proof? Forget candles. Solar batteries can keep the power running during a blackout.

What type of battery is not advised for a PV system? ›

Lead-acid batteries are attributed to high power and discharge current but low energy. They take long to charge completely – up to 14 hours. These batteries must be disposed of correctly or they can be an issue to the environment due to their highly toxic nature.

How many batteries do I need to go off-grid? ›

If you want to keep the power on when the grid is down, you'll usually just need one solar battery. If you want to go off-grid completely, you'll need far more storage capacity, more along the lines of 8-12 batteries.

How many solar panels do I need to charge a 48V 200AH battery? ›

How many solar panels do I need to charge a 48V 200AH battery? Thus, 423 watts of solar panels are required to charge the 200AH battery at a maximum rate of 30 amps. Four 100-watt solar panels provide 400 watts, which is close to our target of 423 watts.

How do I not overcharge my battery with solar panels? ›

Higher charging voltage from the solar panels leads to higher Ah being delivered to the battery and ultimately leading to overcharging. The easiest way to control over charging of the batteries is to control the output voltage of the solar panel. A hybrid inverter can do this.

Can a solar panel be too big for a battery? ›

If your battery bank is undersized, you may not be able to fully meet your energy needs. If your battery bank is oversized, your solar panels may not be able to fully recharge the batteries, which may lead to chronic undercharging, decreased lifespan, and poor performance.

Can a solar battery be too big? ›

An oversized solar battery could also lead to chronic undercharging and poor performance and lifespan. Search tool allows you to specify exactly what elements of a home should be powered by the battery.

How many batteries required for 10kW solar system? ›

Battery - Lithium 10kWh (100 Ah / 48 Volts) - 2 nos.

How many AC can run on 5kW solar system? ›

A 5kW solar power system is sufficient in supporting the electricity needs of a 2BHK, 3BHK and any other medium-sized houses with 2-3 ACs. It is a medium-capacity solar system for homes that has the capacity to generate up to 20kWh (units) of electricity.

How many solar panels does it take to charge a 100Ah lithium battery? ›

Charging your battery at 12 volts and 20 amps will take five hours to charge a 100 amp hour battery. By multiplying 20 amps by 12 volts, 240 watts is how big of a panel you would need, so we'd recommend using a 300w solar panel or 3 100 watt solar panels.

What is the most common battery type in PV systems? ›


Lithium-based energy storage systems are overwhelmingly the most common storage technology used within the solar market. These batteries are characterized by the transfer of lithium ions between electrodes during charge and discharge reactions.

How many kWh can a solar battery store? ›

Home storage batteries start at around 2.5-5 kWh in capacity for small systems, up to the larger systems which offer around 13-15 kWh of energy storage.

What are the characteristics of a good solar battery? ›

High specific power, low internal resistance. Up to 5 times faster charge than flooded technology. Better cycle life than flooded systems. Water retention (oxygen and hydrogen combine to produce water)

How long will a 5kw battery last? ›

In the case of how long will a 5kWh battery last, it depends on the cycle life and cycle duration. Most kWh batteries can have approximately 5,000 cycles before their performance dwindles significantly. Nevertheless, a 5kWh battery can last between 10 and 15 years.

How many 12v batteries are needed to power a house? ›

A battery bank designed to power an average American household for three days would need to supply 90 kilowatt-hours of energy. The battery from the previous example can supply 2.4 kilowatt-hours, so this system would need 38 batteries.

Is Tesla Powerwall worth it? ›

A Tesla Powerwall is worth the cost because it allows you to save money in the long term. Even though the initial cost of acquiring one might be significant, you don't have to pay a dime for the power it provides.

Will Tesla Powerwall run an air conditioner? ›

This includes 120V loads such as lights, plugs and small appliances as well as 240V heavy loads such as air conditioners, electric cooking ranges, well pumps, EV charging, electric dryers, electric water heaters and pool pumps.

Why did Tesla stop selling Powerwall? ›

Tesla has quietly discontinued the 10 kWh Powerwall, its larger battery pack meant to store solar energy for use during an outage. Greentech Media confirmed the discontinuation with Tesla, which essentially said that it made the decision because its smaller Powerwall is much more popular.

How many years will a Tesla Powerwall last? ›

How many years can a Tesla Powerwall last? The Tesla Powerwall and Powerwall+ are warrantied to last 10 years with an end-of-warranty output of 70% of their original capacity. After this time frame, there is no guarantee for how long the battery will last or what charging capacity it will maintain.

How much does a 10kW solar system with battery storage cost? ›

For a 10kW solar system with battery storage, you can expect to pay between $20,000 – $26,000 for full installation. While your solar panels on your roof will likely last 25 years, bear in mind that you will need to replace your battery after ten years.

How much is a 6kW solar system with battery? ›

How much does a 6kW solar power system cost? The cost of a 6kW system using quality components that are professionally installed will generally range between $5,200 – $8,700 in early 2023. This price range takes into account the solar subsidy.

How long do lithium batteries last for solar panels? ›

On average, solar batteries last between 5 to 25 years. Lithium-ion batteries are the most prevalent solar battery type and have a lifespan of up to 15 years. Some factors that impact a solar battery's longevity are battery type, installation, depth of discharge, cycle life, environment and maintenance.

How many batteries do I need for solar setup? ›

If you want to save the most money possible, you'll need enough battery storage to cover your energy usage when your solar panels aren't producing – somewhere around 2-3 batteries. If you want to keep the power on when the grid is down, you'll usually just need one solar battery.

How many solar panels do I need for a large battery? ›

For many installations of one or two solar panels, one large battery has enough storage capacity, but for larger systems it may be necessary to connect multiple batteries to create a 'battery bank'.

What should you avoid with solar panels? ›

4 Common Solar Mistakes To Avoid When Buying Solar Panels
  • Worrying how your roof direction will affect your solar energy.
  • Not identifying the best solar panel size for the home.
  • Waiting in the expectation of obtaining reduced battery prices.
  • Getting only a few quotes.
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Can a solar storm affect batteries? ›

Electromagnetic Pulses Are the Ones to Fear

For they are short bursts of electromagnetic radiation that can destroy anything with a circuit. This includes computers, transformers, and off-grid storage batteries.

Can solar batteries charge without direct sunlight? ›

The short answer is – yes! Although direct sunlight is key to charging solar panels, they continue to charge even on cloudy, overcast days. Sol's innovative lighting systems and products, for example, are designed to work for at least four days with no direct sunlight!

How long will a solar battery last during a power outage? ›

“An average homeowner typically will draw 2 kilowatts maximum during an outage, and an average of 750 to 1,000 watts during the course of the outage," he said. "This means a Brightbox will last for 10 to 12 hours, while a Powerwall will last for 12 to 15 hours.”

What destroys a solar battery? ›

About 80% of failures are caused by sulfation, a process where sulfur crystals form on the battery's lead plates and prevent chemical reactions from happening. Sulfation occurs when the battery has a low charge or electrolyte level.

Why does my solar battery drain so fast? ›

It may be that charging and discharging the batteries too quickly is a sign of inadequate battery sizing, improper IMEON settings, or the end of battery life.

How do I calculate the number of batteries I need? ›

B = 100 × I × t / (100 - q) where B is the battery capacity, I is the load current, t is the duration of power supply, and q is the percentage of charge which should remain in the battery after the discharge.

What is the best off-grid battery system? ›

Our recommendation for the best overall off-grid battery for homes is the 48V Lithium battery. This is the best battery if you're looking for a long lifespan and affordable flexibility to expand your system down the road. Reasons to choose this battery include: Lithium batteries are a premium storage option.

How long will a 200Ah battery run an appliance that requires 400W? ›

You get the result: A 200Ah 12V AGM deep cycle battery will run a 400W device for 4.80 hours (that's 4 hours and 48 minutes). With this calculator, you can estimate running time for pretty much any battery.

How long will a 300w solar panel take to charge a 200Ah battery? ›

As a general rule, a 200Ah lead-acid deep-cycle battery would need a 300 watt solar panel to fully recharge from 50% Depth of Discharge (DOD) assuming 4 peak-sun-hours per day. Charging would be complete in one day with a clear sky.

How fast will a 200w solar panel charge a 100Ah battery? ›

An average 200-watt solar panel will charge a typical 12-volt car battery in 5-8 hours. The charge time depends on the battery capacity, and it takes around 2.5 hours for a 200-watt solar panel to charge 100Ah of battery capacity.

Is battery storage for solar worth it? ›

Are Solar Batteries Worth It? Solar batteries represent a significant upfront financial investment, but can ultimately help save you money on energy costs after sundown or during an emergency. If you're living off-grid, they may be critical components of your energy system.

How many batteries do I need for a 8kW solar system? ›

The continuous AC output power of the system is 8kW with the possibility to expand the system by installing identical inverters in parallel (up to 8 units). The 5.12kWh Li-Ion battery is connected in parallel with multiple identical consoles to form 40.9kWh with 8 batteries.

How many solar panels do I need for a 10kW battery? ›

To make up a 10kW solar system you need 24 solar panels, assuming you use 415W panels – that will give you 9.96kW. Each panel will be about 1.8m x 1.1m, so you'll need at least 46m2 of roof space.

How many powerwalls do you need to go off the grid? ›

Another critical factor is whether you want to go off-grid with your solar system and backup batteries or stay grid-tied. If you have a house bigger than 2600 sq ft or above-average energy consumption, consider installing at least 3 Tesla Powerwalls for the whole home backup system.

What are the disadvantages of battery storage? ›

Some of the disadvantages of battery stored energy systems include:
  • Shorter service life. While a flywheel storage device has around the same service life as the UPS, batteries generally need to be replaced several times over the same period.
  • Higher maintenance requirement.

How long will a 10kW battery power my house? ›

Residential. In case of power outages, the 10kwh Battery Pack can power your home for about 8 hours on average 1kWh / hr for 8 hrs Combine the 10kWh Battery Pack with solar or use independently to provide your home with power both day & night.

Is it better to have more solar panels or more batteries? ›

More panels means greater square footage of solar cells exposed to the sun, resulting in higher efficiency and longer runs times into the earlier morning and later evening when very little sun is available. If you're needing just an hour or two of longer run time, try adding another line of panels.

How many solar batteries are needed to power a fridge? ›

The average refrigerator takes about three or four average solar panels to run. The average refrigerator found in the United States uses approximately 57 kWh per month while the average freezer uses 58 kWh.

What is the best battery for off grid solar? ›

Lead acid or gel type batteries may work if you're looking to test a solar setup short-term to see if it's a right fit for you. But when you consider efficiency, reliability and lifetime cost, it's clear that lithium comes out on top as the best contender among all off grid solar batteries.

Is 10 kW enough to run a house? ›

Yes, depending on where you live, a 10kW solar system would be enough to power the average home of a family of four and enough to power the average 2,000 square foot home in the United States.

Can you have too many solar panels for batteries? ›

No, there is no limit to the number of solar panels you can have. However, there may be a limit on how much power your system is allowed to generate. Some utility companies limit the amount of electricity that a grid-tied solar system can generate.

How much does a 10kW solar battery cost? ›

A 10kW solar panel system typically costs between $9,500 – $12,500. Prices vary for 10kW systems according to your location and, the quality of components and company you select to perform the install. Solar rebates vary according to the size of your system and the sunshine hours your postcode receives.

Will a Powerwall run an air conditioner? ›

This includes 120V loads such as lights, plugs and small appliances as well as 240V heavy loads such as air conditioners, electric cooking ranges, well pumps, EV charging, electric dryers, electric water heaters and pool pumps.

How long will 2 Tesla Powerwalls last in a power outage? ›

The final estimate

If you're using only the essentials, like your WiFi, phone, refrigerator, and some lights, you can expect the Powerwall to hold you over for around 24 hours during a blackout.

How long can Powerwall 2 power a house? ›

Based on the average home consuming 28 kWh/day, one Powerwall will be able to power a home for 12 hours. Two Powerwall's will power a home for 18 hours, and three Powerwall's will run a home for 24 hours.


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