The Benefits of Solar Battery Storage for Your Network

Adding solar battery storage to your product mix isn’t just a savvy move for solar installers – it’s a win-win that leads customers to a higher quality of life, while adding another dependable stream of revenue. But the benefits for your sales network don’t stop there. 

Along with a new revenue stream, you’ll be able to return to your current panel-only customers with an enhanced product offering. Most importantly, you’ll be helping your client base escape the inconveniences of outages and step into a brighter, always-on lifestyle. This is what NeoVolta is keen on accomplishing – designing the cleanest, safest solar battery possible, so that more families can enjoy the convenience of energy security. 

As an installer, there are a handful of benefits to adding solar energy storage to your sales offerings. Learn more about the rewards you’ll reap before exploring NeoVolta’s Dealer Certification Program

How Solar Battery Storage Benefits Your Sales Network

Adding solar battery storage to your current solar offerings is a great way to provide enhanced product offerings to your existing clients, while helping them achieve an “always-on” lifestyle. This is especially true for California solar homeowners, seeing as NEM 3.0 has caused a value shift from financial incentives to energy security. Now, homeowners just want their lights, medical devices, and at-home offices to be secure during local outages and larger grid failures. 

Recent heat waves across the country have also pushed solar homeowners to bolster their panel-only systems with solar battery storage. When paired with a “soft start” device, A/C units can be kept running even when the grid is down. However, units won’t run without the additional device, which costs about $500. 

In short, it’s a win-win. Solar installers like yourself can increase revenues by gaining another product offering, while capitalizing on your existing client base and helping homeowners improve their quality of life. 

Enhanced Product Offerings

Many solar homeowners are already familiar with solar panels as an eco-friendly way to reduce their energy bills. Now, you can provide the next level of home energy solutions by offering a solar battery storage option. 

You likely already have clients with solar panels on their roofs. All that’s left is to add a solar battery storage system to the mix, which can store energy for use during peak demand times or when an outage occurs. 

It’s a benefit for prospective customers as well, since you’ll be offering the “full package”: panels to garner solar energy, and a battery to store it. This way, your business will evolve into a one-stop-shop for comprehensive home energy systems, rather than a panel-only operation. 

A New Revenue Stream

Adding solar battery storage to your product offerings opens up a brand new revenue stream, one that isn’t anticipated to slow down anytime soon. Recent reports forecast the solar storage market to grow from $4.4B to over $20B by 2023 – a clear sign of growing demand. Installers across the country are now rushing to adopt a solar storage sales offering and boost their revenues, while also meeting new demands from modern homeowners.

Solar batteries also require ongoing maintenance, and typically require replacement after every 10-15 years. This opens up an opportunity for service contracts, battery replacements, and continued customer engagement. But most importantly, working with a solar battery dealer and offering storage to your current customers will directly feed into their quality life. 

Always-On Power for Your Clients

Local outages and grid failures don’t just shut your home’s TV and lights off. If you or a family member relies on medical equipment on a daily basis, or requires energy security to keep at-home offices running, losing power becomes a critical issue. Food can also spoil in the refrigerator if it’s a prolonged issue. Solar battery storage can quell these issues, while addressing potential grid failures due to heat waves, as seen recently across the country. However, homeowners will need a soft start device to use their A/C units if the grid is out of commission. 

With a solar battery option, your customers can rest easy knowing that their lights, refrigerators, medical devices, and workstations are distanced from the grid. You’re not just selling an add-on product – you’re selling an essential solar component, and ushering your clients into a seamless always-on lifestyle. 

NeoVolta’s NV14: The Ideal Solar Battery Storage for Home

Are you ready to add a solar battery option to your product mix? If so, you’ll need the safest, longest-lasting, and most fire-averse option available. Rather than opting for a cost-effective lithium-ion option that may risk thermal runaway, consider a fire-safe lithium-iron phosphate solution such as NeoVolta’s NV14. The last thing you want catching fire is your home, after all. 

The NV14 also lasts 50% longer than most competitors on average, requiring replacement after 6,000 cycles or about 16.5 years. This is compared to 4,000 cycles or 10 years on average for competing solar batteries. 

If you’re a solar dealer or installer, visit the NeoVolta website for more details on the NV14 battery or to become a NeoVolta Certified Installer. You can also access video reviews of the NV14 battery

About NeoVolta

NeoVolta designs, develops, and manufactures advanced energy storage systems for both residential and industrial use. Its storage solutions are engineered with Lithium-Iron Phosphate (LiFe(PO4)) battery chemistry, which is clean, nontoxic, and nonflammable. The residential-focused NeoVolta NV14 is equipped with a solar rechargeable 14.4 kWh battery system, a 7,680-Watt inverter, and a web-based energy management system with 24/7 monitoring. The system’s 6,000-cycle battery life, one of the longest on the market, translates to 16.5 years of useful life, based on a full charge, and discharge each day. The NV14 has passed the product safety standards set forth by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) for battery energy storage safety testing.

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