- Efficient energy storage solution
- Easy to install and use
- Compatible with solar panels
- Can be used for backup power during outages
- Scalable to meet changing energy needs
- High initial cost for installation and purchase of Powervault 3
- May not be suitable for households with low energy consumption
- Requires professional installation and maintenance
Spending so much time disconnected from the power grid is frustrating. Do you want to still experience that annoyance? Get your off-grid living situation up to par invest in a solar power solution. You’ll be able to stay off-grid without any worries about your electricity supply.
The Powervault 3 is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a solar battery. It features an optional capacity of 20.5 kWh, which has the ability to power your home during any disaster or outage. The new battery is a great choice for places that need lots of power but can’t be moved around easily. If you have a property in the suburbs, this battery will power it without breaking its back.
The Powervault 3 comes with two DC inputs, which means that – in the event of an inverter failure – you won’t need to buy a new one. This saves you approximately £1,000.
What are the cons of Powervault 3?
Some solar batteries have great battery capacity and are rather heavy. The Powervault 3 has a 20.5 kWh version that weighs 330 kg, which is heavier than most other solar batteries
Powervault 3 specifications
|£4,999 (up to £14,800 for the 20.5 kWh version)
|1,270mm x 1,000mm x 250mm
|Depth of discharge
|Max power output
|Standing, indoor only
|10 years, or at least 6,000 cycles