Instead, most electric utilities pay a wholesale rate, called “Avoided Cost”, for solar energy not consumed on-site.
This avoided-cost rate is usually between ¼ and ½ of the retail rate and is typically what your utility company would have to pay if they were to buy that same power from another source. The effect of this unbalanced exchange is the monetary value of each kWh of solar power you use is higher than what you’re sending back to the grid while it’s still the same product or ‘energy’.
Solar batteries, however, offer a solution to this predicament. With solar batteries, you are able to maximize how your energy is used every day.
The best value from solar batteries is obtained by homeowners who are still connected to the grid and use the battery as an excess solar energy storage unit.
Overall due to the lack of true net-metering in Georgia and the control that batteries give you over the power being produced by your panels, it’s economically sensible to add a battery to your system.
For full details on all of the benefits that a solar battery can bring to your home, give us a call TODAY and let us show you how to capitalize on the power given from the sun!
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