Everything you need to know

By Ali McBride, Aurora Solar

Even the most ardent solar evangelists can agree on one limitation solar panels have: they only produce electricity when the sun is shining. But, peak energy use tends to come in the evenings, coinciding with decreased solar generation and causing a supply and demand issue. The thing is, solar panels often pump out more than enough energy during those lower demand hours when the sun is shining to meet peak demand later in the day. This means that efficient solar energy storage can open up a wealth of possibilities for homeowners and businesses alike.

In this blog, we’ll look at solar energy storage in-depth, including its benefits, how it works, and how it can help.

Read the full story on Aurora Solar’s website.