What is ESS, and how does it work?

//What is ESS, and how does it work?

What is ESS, and how does it work?

The ESS (Energy Storage System) has started to become a popular option for households in the last five years. Every home with an ESS becomes its own power station, with the ability to generate its own energy and store it for when a blackout occurs, but what is an ESS and how does it work?

Residential ESS is an energy saving solution that can be used to connect power grid and photovoltaic systems to maximise energy savings. This is especially beneficial to users during times of rising electricity bills, such as winter when more power is being used with heaters.

The ESS charges during the day when the sun beams down on the solar panels creating energy to use during the night to power the fridge and other home appliances. The lithium-ion batteries that are used to store the energy are very efficient in the way they charge and keep the house working overnight and will be relied on rather than the power grid.

The energy is stored in the powerful lithium-ion batteries that are the same as those that power electric cars. Not only do the batteries provide energy during the night, if a blackout occurs, the batteries will kick in, keeping your home lit and functioning.

Users of the ESS have found savings on electricity bills in excess of 75%, while also making their energy consumption more efficient and stable.

ZECO is currently the sole provider of Hansol All in One systems (Samsung batteries) and can give you an ESS that will not only keep your house functioning during a blackout but also save you in electricity and rising energy costs. For enquiries, head to the contact page at www.zeroenergy.com.au/contact-us.html

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