Maximizing Your Customer’s Solar System’s Potential with a Solar Battery Bank for Home

Nowadays, homeowners want more from their solar systems. Panel-only homes just aren’t cutting it anymore, and with the demand for energy security on the rise, residents are looking for a way to make the most of their solar setups. 

As an installer, you can meet this rising demand by offering a solar battery bank for home use. You’ll open up a brand new revenue stream while meeting the evolving needs of solar homeowners – otherwise known as a “win-win” situation.

At NeoVolta, we’ve designed a solar battery bank for the home that’s centered around safety, efficiency, and long-term use. Its unique lithium-iron phosphate chemistry renders it virtually fireproof and offers a far longer life cycle than lithium-ion competitors, not to mention NeoVolta’s rapid shipping times of two weeks or less. It also takes under a day to install, making it advantageous for both homeowners and installers such as yourself. 

Find out how adding a solar battery to your product mix can maximize your customers’ solar setups, and visit our website to learn how to become a NeoVolta-certified dealer.

Why Offer a Solar Battery Bank for Home Use?

Adding a solar battery bank for home use to panel-only systems is growing increasingly popular, as homeowners seek to use their solar assets to their fullest potential. 

Noticing this new rise in demand, solar installers can capitalize by having a battery storage solution in their back pocket. A solar battery bank for home use such as NeoVolta’s NV14 won’t just meet consumer demand – it’ll usher your clients into an always-on lifestyle, one that cuts electricity costs while keeping the lights on during outages and grid failures

Panel-only homes aren’t able to make the most of the solar energy they gather, and any excess energy is sent back to the grid, oftentimes with a net metering fee. A solar battery bank for home use can store that excess energy for later use, such as during peak evening hours, or when a power outage occurs. It can also nix those net metering fees since your clients’ power will be stored, rather than being back-fed to the grid.

By storing solar energy around the clock, your customers can significantly reduce their grid reliance while keeping critical rooms, appliances, medical devices, and at-home workstations “always-on.” It carries a wealth of benefits for not just your customers, but installers as well. 

Key Benefits for Installers

Adding a solar battery backup to your offerings won’t just create a new revenue stream. While you reap the benefits of a new product to sell, your customers will rest easy knowing that their lights will stay on when an outage strikes, while saving on peak demand fees and net metering charges. But the benefits don’t stop there.

There are five core benefits for installers who add a solar battery to their product offerings: 

  1. It opens up a new stream of revenue
  2. It offers a complete solar + storage system
  3. It keeps critical medical devices and workstations powered
  4. It lowers electricity costs, net metering, and peak demand fees
  5. It poses a competitive edge over installers who only sell solar panels

In short, adding a solar battery bank to your sales offerings reveals new sales opportunities and revenue streams, while keeping your clients happy with their electricity savings and newfound energy security. 

However, not all solar batteries are created equal. If you hope to satisfy your current customers, it’s important to choose a solar battery backup that’s safe, long-lasting, and designed for home use.

NeoVolta’s NV14: A Smart Choice for Installers

When choosing a home solar battery to complement your product lineup, it’s crucial to choose the safest option – one that doesn’t pose thermal runaway or risk of combustion. While most competitors manufacture lithium-ion batteries that may combust, NeoVolta takes no chances. 

NeoVolta’s NV14 is composed of lithium-iron phosphate, a safer and longer-lasting alternative to most li-ion units you’ll find on the market. Lithium-iron has no thermal runaway and can run for a remarkable 6,000 cycles or 16.5 years. This is compared to the 4,000 cycles and 10.95 years of life offered by the average lithium-iron solar battery pack. 

The NV14 also couples seamlessly with both AC and DC power, meaning it can charge from either solar panels or directly from the grid and takes under two weeks to deliver to your clients’ doorsteps. Installation can be completed in under a day as well. 

By partnering with NeoVolta, your business will offer the safest solar battery bank for home use while ensuring long-lasting service and rapid installation. Choose a safer, fast-shipping, longer-lasting solar battery option that will never put your family at risk. 

If you’re a solar dealer, visit our solar dealer website for more details and specifications on our 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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