Batteries can store energy from renewable energy sources or from Alternating Current power supplied from the grid when charged correctly, and energy can be released when it is more needed in peak energy demand times to off-set consumption from the grid, or during power failures, or even used daily in an off-grid situation.
Not all batteries are created equal, and it is important to know what technology to use when, and why some are more costly than others or not suitable for a specific application or to use with specific chargers and inverter units in a system, why some lasts longer than others and how to look after batteries to get the most out of them.
Various available technologies and the differences
Types of batteries:
Benefits of Lithium vs Lead /GEL Batteries
Different brands we stock and how to choose the right one for application
Cycle life vs cost analysis
THE ACDC BATTERY RANGE
SY LEAD ACID (Deep cycle back-up battery)
NSB AGM/GEL (Daily deep cycled battery, solar / AC charged)