Battery Storage

Gain up to
70% self-sufficiency

*when coupled with Solar

Battery Only

Solar Panels Only
£ 4,500
  • Store & save excess energy for later use
  • Purchase energy from the grid at low prices
  • 10-year battery warranty
  • Payback in as little as 5 years

Full package

Battery Pack, Solar Panels & EV Charger
£ 10,000
  • Solar Panel Installation
  • Electric Vehicle Charger Installation
  • 25 year waranty on solar panels
  • 3-year EV Charger warranty

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A battery will allow you to store any electricity that your solar panels produce and don’t instantly use, so instead of exporting that energy back to the grid, you can use it later when the sun isn’t shining. If you have any spare space in your battery, you can charge it up in the hours when the price of electricity is cheap (usually 12am-4am) and then use when prices are higher. Having storage helps you to get the most out of your solar panels and cut your bills even further.
When your solar panels are producing more electricity that you are using, the battery will store this energy making it available to use later. Solar panels on their own will cover about 35% of your annual electricity requirements but add a battery and this can increase to 70%+

Yes, you can draw electricity from the grid filling your battery when prices are low, to then use it when prices are higher. Using a battery in this way can save you money on your energy bills. However, to get the most out of your battery we recommend pairing it with solar panels enabling you to harness the power of the sun.

Yes, all batteries installed by ekinect come with a 10-year manufacture warranty and 2-year workmanship warranty.

The size of battery you need will depend on the size and energy requirements of your home as well as the excess output you are generating from your solar panels. Ideally a battery should have enough energy waiting to meet your evening and overnight needs. It can get a little complex, but our team are always here to help you find the best solution.

Stringent safety regulation mean that backup power batteries do not work during a power outage. During a power outage, engineers must work on the electricity grid, and there can’t be any risk of batteries or generators inadvertently sending power back into the grid while these essential repairs are being done. This is why, in such situations, solar inverters are designed to shut off to ensure the safety of the engineers and the public.