Maximize Solar Potential: Expert NeoVolta Battery Installation Tips

Solar batteries are a stellar solution to provide a new source of revenue and ensure your current or prospective clients get the most out of their solar installations. At NeoVolta, we make sure all of our sellers are supported.  You will find we are one of the most responsive partners you’ll have, and we pride ourselves on our product and marketing resources for our installers/dealers. Here are some expert NeoVolta battery installation tips that could ensure your clients maximize their solar potential so you can maximize your profits. NeoVolta batteries can ensure the sun always shines as bright as the summer sunshine on yours. Here’s how our batteries can give you and your clients an advantage in this changing terrain. 

Maximize Solar Potential with Expert NeoVolta Battery Installation Tips

The key to maximizing the potential of your client’s installer-friendly solar battery storage is choosing the right location, efficiently managing charging and discharging and monitoring to make necessary adjustments. Let’s examine all three. 

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Consider the Location

One of the first expert NeoVolta battery installation tips is to consider the location so your clients get the most out of their batteries. You must consider a few things depending on whether they want their solar battery inside or outside.

If you are installing the battery in a site above 2,500’ in elevation or somewhere that will experience more than one consecutive day of below-freezing temperatures, you must install it inside. 

If you are installing the battery on a site somewhere where summer ambient temperatures will exceed 120 degrees Fahrenheit, you must install it in a shaded/protected area or inside. Also, make sure the panels are positioned correctly and not obstructed by shade. 

This is simpler when installing new panels, but new constructions around your client’s home may have created new sources of shade. You may need to reposition them or even remove a few tree limbs to boost their performance. 

Lastly, to ensure the panels get as much sunlight as possible, ensure they are tilted in the right direction. If possible, have them tilted to:

  • A 45-degree angle facing South if you are in the Northern Hemisphere.
  • A 45-degree angle facing North if you are in the Southern Hemisphere. 

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Charging and Discharging Strategies

Now, it’s also crucial to ensure you maximize solar charging capabilities. First, ensure the battery is primarily charged by solar power. We provide installers and their customers with tools to monitor their solar installation’s energy production-consumption patterns. 

You should help them set up the battery and panels to run high-energy appliances like dishwashers and washing machines during peak solar production hours. This will reduce their reliance on the grid and increase their savings.

You also want to ensure clients don’t discharge their batteries too quickly. Ideally, you would set the system to supply power during peak tariff periods if their energy provider charges different rates based on the use time to give a greater financial advantage.

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Maintenance for Longevity

It’s also important to remind your customers that their solar battery is like any other component of their home, meaning it needs regular check-ups and potential maintenance. Early detection of issues can prevent costly repairs down the line.

With NeoVolta batteries, we can help you monitor the status of a battery and provide real-time support if you or your clients need it through the Solarman app. 

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Monitoring for Adjustment

Next, empower your customers to monitor performance and make adjustments. We provide you and your customers with the tools to monitor the performance of their batteries and their systems.

Using these tools and our customer support, you and your clients can receive real-time data on energy production and consumption. This data can help clients adjust energy usage patterns and improve their solar panel’s efficiency. 

One of the most significant ways you can help your clients is by enabling them to make informed decisions about when to use their stored energy. After all, everyone’s situation and needs are different. 

Capitalizing on the incentives available is no longer the primary selling point for your clients, but it’s still a benefit that helps maximize savings. Engaging their energy provider also helps balance the benefits of grid export against the advantages of storing energy for personal use.

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Contact Us for Expert NeoVolta Battery Installation Tips to Light the Way to Greater Profits

So, now you have expert NeoVolta battery installation tips to close more sales by empowering your clients to maximize their solar potential. NEM 3.0 feels like the closing of a chapter, but it is also the beginning of a brand new one that, with the help of NeoVolta solar batteries, will be full of increased profits and business growth. Let us help you evolve with the changing world while your competition struggles to adapt and keep up. Ready to reignite solar power for your clients and close more sales?

For more information, visit: NeoVolta.com, email us at: [email protected], or call us: 858-239-2029.

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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.

For more information visit: NeoVolta.com email us: [email protected] or call us: 858-239-2029

 

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