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The Current Price of Solar Battery Storage in Australia

The price of solar battery storage in Australia ranges from $800 per kWh to $2000 kWh depending mainly on how much energy you want to store, where you live and any other features you need such as backup for when the grid is down.

In reality, the amount you pay and size of battery you get depends on how much solar power you have, how much energy you use and what you’re trying to achieve. Lots of factors!

But as a starting point, the price of solar battery storage starts at $5000 or around $105 a month over 5 years for a smaller Enphase system, while larger batteries such as Tesla Powerwall start at around $12,500-$14,000 depending on a number of factors.

When it comes to the price of solar batteries in your home, one also has to account for the installation cost. Installation costs will vary dramatically, and one wants to ensure that one pays for a reputable installer, that won’t cut corners and end up breaking your brand new batteries.

The last thing you want to do is to pay for solar batteries twice.

More detailed & information is available here: Solar Battery Storage Prices

Solar Batteries are compatible with any existing solar system and are connected directly to your meter board where we install a system hub that connects your house to the cloud for advanced system monitoring and management. Solaray Energy Management Systems come with home automation capabilities built-in, and they are fully compatible with micro-grids once they come online over the next few years.

Solar storage has taken off over the last 2 years to the point where we are now installing nearly all of our systems with either integrated battery storage or as a battery ready solar system. The 2 main solar storage solutions are:

Tesla Powerwall
Enphase Energy Management System
The price of storage depends mainly on how much capacity you want and any additional features such as backup for when the grid is down and home automation.

Many households are looking to capture excess solar power to use in the evening, which would often be well suited to a smaller battery such as Enphase, whilst other households are looking to run their home almost entirely on solar power with backup functionality. This will typically involve a larger battery such as the Tesla Powerwall.

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