Energy Storage Systems for your home or business !
Click on one of the Current news stories affecting your electricity. With recent attacks against our electric grid, having an alternative energy source could protect you from going without power in case of an
ALL OUT Grid Failure
Solar power along with a Backup system would be one answer to protect you and your family.
caused by a cyber attack — told in real time, over 10 days, by those who kept filming on cameras and phones. You’ll learn what it means to be absolutely powerless. Gritty, visceral and totally immersive, see what it might take to survive from day one, and who would be left standing when the lights come back on.
Capitol Hill lawmakers said Sunday a planned sniper attack on a remote California power station was of grave concern, repeating similar responses about the strike and suggesting changes in the ways the United States protects its power grid.
A battery backup system can add the needed security to your homes electrical needs when and if your current electrical grid goes down. A battery backup works in conjunction with your current PV Solar electric system. A common system would turn on automatically when the grid goes down and would also feed back to the grid at night after the batteries were fully charged from the sun all day thus helping to generate income and reduce the payback period.
Rebates & Incentives:
There are Rebates available on a first come first served basis in most areas in California that will help reduce the cost of a new qualified battery backup system. The incentives go fast and must be reserved by an approved contractor. these incentives plus the ITC Tax credit can pay for as much as 70% of the system cost.
Backup Typical Install:
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Newly reported details about a 52-minute sniper attack on a central California electrical substation last year are raising concerns from Capitol Hill and beyond, amid questions over whether it was the work of terrorists. The April 16, 2013, attack had not been widely publicized until