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As solar adoption accelerates, batteries are becoming a more common addition to photovoltaic installations. According to Bloomberg, the demand for residential energy storage is increasing in the US: more capacity has been installed in Q2 2018 than in all of 2017. Further, battery adoption will likely continue to accelerate as utilities impose more time-of-use rates, cap net metering interconnections, and add demand charges.
SGIP stands for Self Generation Incentive Program. The CPUC has budgeted $270M (75%, $202.6 for energy storage) through 2019 for rebates that support existing and new distributed energy resources for behind the meter projects.
This article will cover the basic principles of adding energy storage to an existing PV system.
We sat down with Barry to discuss his experience as well as important considerations when installing lithium-ion battery solutions.
SolarEdge released a new solar inverter that charges EVs for a more efficient energy transfer.
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