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Are you already enjoying renewable power but you’re looking to cut your energy bills even further? Solar batteries allow you to further harness the power of the sun and experience energy independence like never before.

At Energy Buster, our cutting-edge products offer a reliable and sustainable solution for storing excess energy, ensuring uninterrupted power supply even during grid outages. We offer batteries as part of our package.

With advanced technology and high storage capacity, your Adelaide home or business can leverage innovative batteries to maximise your solar system energy savings and reduce reliance on traditional electricity sources.

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Solar Batteries

What are the best types of solar batteries?

The answer to this question depends on your individual needs and preferences. Consider the following popular options to consider:

Lithium-Ion Batteries
Widely regarded as the top choice due to their high energy density, longer lifespan, and efficient charging and discharging capabilities. Brands like Tesla Powerwall and LG Chem are well-regarded for their lithium-ion batteries.
Lead Acid Batteries
These are more affordable but have a shorter lifespan compared to lithium-ion batteries. They are suitable for smaller-scale applications and off-grid systems.
Flow Batteries
These batteries offer excellent scalability and durability. They store energy in liquid electrolytes and are known for their long lifespan and deep cycling capabilities. Redflow is a notable brand for flow batteries.

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How much do solar batteries cost?

The cost can vary depending on several factors such as:

  • Battery capacity
  • Brand
  • Installation requirements
  • Any additional equipment needed

On average, the cost of a battery can range from several thousand dollars to tens of thousands of dollars.

Lithium-ion batteries, being the most popular choice, generally have a higher upfront cost but offer a longer lifespan and higher energy density. Prices for lithium-ion battery systems can start around $6,000 and can go up to $18,000 or more, depending on capacity and brand.

Lead acid batteries are typically less expensive but have shorter lifespans and lower energy densities. Prices for lead acid battery systems can start around $2,400 and can go up to $10,000 or more, depending on capacity and brand.

It’s important to note that these prices are approximate and can vary. Reach out and chat with a member of the Energy Buster team for help finding a battery option to suit your needs. We offer solar batteries as part of our package.

Benefits of solar batteries

✔ Energy Independence: They allow you to store excess energy generated during the day for use during the evenings or when the sun isn’t shining. This reduces your reliance on the grid and provides greater energy independence.

✔ Power Backup: During grid outages or blackouts, they provide a reliable backup power source, ensuring that essential appliances and devices can continue to operate. This is especially crucial during emergencies or severe weather events.

✔ Increased Energy Savings: By storing excess energy and utilising it during peak demand or when electricity rates are higher, they help maximise your energy savings. This can lead to reduced reliance on grid electricity and lower utility bills over time.

✔ Environmental Sustainability: They contribute to a greener future by promoting the use of clean, renewable energy. By storing and utilising the energy, you reduce your carbon footprint and help combat climate change.

✔ Smooth Grid Integration: They enable smooth integration with the electricity grid by allowing you to sell excess stored energy back to the grid, depending on local regulations. This can provide additional financial benefits through feed-in tariffs or net metering programs.

✔ Longevity and Durability: High-quality batteries, such as lithium-ion batteries, are designed for long lifespans, offering reliable performance for many years. This ensures a solid return on investment and reduces the need for frequent replacements.


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Solar battery installation process

We offer solar batteries as part of our package. Here are the steps to the installation process:

Step One: Assessment and Planning

The installer will visit your property to assess the feasibility of installing a solar battery system. They will evaluate factors such as available space, electrical infrastructure, and energy requirements. They will also discuss your goals and preferences to determine the most suitable battery capacity and type.

Step Two: System Evaluation

If you already have a system installed, the installer will assess its compatibility with the battery. They will ensure that the existing panels and inverter can be integrated effectively with the battery system.

Step Three: Battery Sizing and Selection

Based on your energy needs and the assessment, the installer will determine the appropriate size and type of battery for your requirements. They will help you select a reliable and reputable brand that meets your budget and preferences.

Step Four: Installation of Battery Inverter and Wiring

The installer will set up the battery inverter, which converts the stored DC (direct current) energy from the battery into AC (alternating current) power for use in your home or business property. They will also connect the battery to your electrical panel and ensure proper wiring and safety measures.

Step Five: Battery Mounting and Connection

The battery will be securely mounted in a suitable location, such as a garage, basement, or external wall. The installer will connect the battery to the inverter, panels, and electrical system, ensuring proper integration and functionality.

Step Six: Testing and Commissioning

Once the installation is complete, the installer will thoroughly test the system to ensure all components are working correctly. They will also provide you with instructions on how to monitor and manage your system effectively.

Step Seven: Final Documentation and Handover

The installer will provide you with all necessary documentation, including warranties, user manuals, and information about system maintenance. They will also address any questions or concerns you may have and ensure you are comfortable operating the system.

If you think that purchasing batteries is the right thing for you, then the next step is to decide on the best brand. Get in touch with us by either calling us on (08) 7120 6377 or by filling out our fast free quote form.

Frequently Asked Questions About Solar Batteries in Adelaide

In short – it depends.

The best battery to use on a solar system depends on various factors, including your specific needs and preferences, lithium-ion batteries are widely regarded as the top choice for solar systems due to their numerous advantages:

  • High Energy Density: Lithium-ion batteries offer a high energy density, allowing them to store more energy in a compact size. This makes them suitable for residential and commercial applications where space is limited.
  • Longer Lifespan: Compared to other battery types, lithium-ion batteries tend to have a longer lifespan, enabling them to provide reliable performance for many years. This can result in a higher return on investment.
  • Efficient Charging and Discharging: Lithium-ion batteries have excellent charge and discharge efficiency, meaning they can store and release energy effectively. This ensures that you can utilise the stored solar energy efficiently.
  • Depth of Discharge: Lithium-ion batteries can handle deeper discharges without significantly impacting their lifespan. This provides you with greater flexibility in using stored energy during periods of higher demand.
  • Maintenance-Free: Unlike some other battery types, lithium-ion batteries are generally maintenance-free. They do not require regular watering or other labour-intensive upkeep, making them more convenient for users.
  • Availability and Advancements: Lithium-ion batteries are widely available and have seen significant advancements in technology over the years, resulting in improved performance, safety, and cost-effectiveness.
The lifespan can vary depending on several factors, including the type of battery, usage patterns, maintenance, and environmental conditions. Consider the average lifespan ranges for common types of batteries:

  • Lithium-Ion Batteries: Lithium-ion batteries used in solar systems typically have a lifespan of 10 to 15 years. However, advancements in technology and improvements in battery chemistry may lead to longer lifespans in newer models.
  • Lead Acid Batteries: Lead acid batteries, including both flooded and sealed types, have a shorter lifespan compared to lithium-ion batteries. On average, they can last between 5 to 10 years, depending on factors such as maintenance and usage.

It’s important to note that these lifespan estimates are approximate and can vary based on various factors. Proper maintenance, including regular monitoring, appropriate charging and discharging cycles, and ensuring optimal operating conditions, can help maximise the lifespan.

Their ability to last all night depends on various factors, including the capacity of the battery, the amount of energy stored in it, and the energy consumption of your household during the night.

They are designed to store excess energy generated by solar panels during the day and release it when the sun is not shining, such as during the night. The capacity of the battery determines how much energy it can store.

To determine if a solar battery can last all night, you need to consider the energy consumption of your household during that time. If your energy usage is relatively low during the night and the battery capacity is sufficient to meet those needs, then it is possible for the battery to last all night.

However, if your energy consumption is high during the night, or if there are multiple days of cloudy weather that limit solar generation, it may be necessary to have a larger battery capacity or consider other backup power options to ensure an uninterrupted power supply throughout the night.

When they reach their full capacity, they no longer accept additional energy from the solar panels. Instead, the excess solar energy generated during the day that cannot be stored in the battery is typically sent back to the grid or dissipated.

Here are a few common scenarios that can occur when the batteries are full:

  • Grid Export: If your solar power system is connected to the electrical grid, the excess energy can be exported back to the grid. Depending on local regulations and utility policies, you may receive credits or financial compensation for the excess energy fed back into the grid. This is known as net metering or feed-in tariffs.
  • Curtailment: In some cases, if there is no option for grid export or if the grid cannot accept additional energy, the excess solar energy may be curtailed or wasted. This occurs when the solar system’s inverter reduces or limits the amount of energy sent to the grid to prevent overloading or instability.
  • Load Shifting: When the batteries are full, instead of exporting excess energy or wasting it, some systems may have the capability to shift the excess energy to power other loads within your home or property. For example, you can program your system to divert the excess energy to charge electric vehicles or power energy-intensive appliances during the day.