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Yes, you can but the battery will have to be located at the property nearest the incoming meter and, as with all Home Storage Batteries, we will need to seek permission from your DNO, (District Network Operator), which will be Western Power or SSE.

Many of our customers choose to add a battery system to their solar array to enable them to store any excess power generated, when normally it would have been lost back to the National Grid.

Instead, any excess power can be utilised to help meet your home energy needs in the summer, manage additional consumption in the winter and improve self-reliance throughout the year, particularly in the event of a power cut.

For additional peace of mind some of our batteries have a “reserve” setting, which ensures there will always be stored power within your battery, available when required.

Please also refer to our Battery Storage FAQs, for more information.