Residential battery storage solutions are advancing to help homeowners shift how and when they use energy. These systems can be built to provide enough energy to power an entire home or specific equipment and appliances if the power goes out.
If you have an electric vehicle, you can use battery storage to charge the vehicle. This time-of-use strategy will help you pay and store energy when costs are low and use that energy as costs rise during times of peak demand.How Energy Storage Works
Looking for some extra reading about battery storage? Check out these resources:
- Battery Energy Storage Technology Overview and Co-op Case Studies from Cooperative.com
- Along Those Lines: What’s Next for Co-ops and Battery Storage from the NRECA
- NRECA, DOE Launch Rural Battery Storage Research Projects from the NRECA