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How can a home energy storage system achieve a self-sufficient green life?

In the past, household electricity mainly relied on the power grid (thermal power generation, etc.) to transmit energy, but with the development of photovoltaic power generation technology, more and more households have begun to realize self-sufficient green life. Through photovoltaic power generation and home energy storage systems, households can store excess solar power generation for emergency use, thereby reducing dependence on the grid and achieving a self-sufficient green life.


  How can a home energy storage system achieve a self-sufficient green life? First, home energy storage systems require solar panels. Solar panels convert sunlight into usable electricity that can power homes. Then, the solar panel converts the excess electricity into electricity and stores it in the home energy storage, which can be released from the battery when needed.

   The core of the home energy storage system is the battery, and it is very important to choose a suitable battery. Home energy storage batteries on the market are generally divided into several types: lead-acid batteries, lithium-ion batteries, and lithium iron phosphate batteries. Lead-acid batteries are cheaper, but have a shorter lifespan and are less environmentally friendly, while lithium-ion batteries are more durable, but more expensive. Lithium iron phosphate batteries are safer and are currently the mainstream in the market. In addition, the capacity of the home energy storage battery also needs to be determined according to the electricity consumption of the home and the output of the solar panel.

A home energy storage system allows you to better protect the environment while adding extra safety and convenience to your life.