Battery Backup Solar reduces >70% more in electric Bills than Grid Tied Solar Alone

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Sol-Ark: Reduce electric bills

This is a real eye opener in what is going on with Grid-Tied Solar an effort to reduce electric bills. Just see what the electric companies do when they stop making the kind of money they used to. Remember how much your bill used to be before solar came into the picture? Solar companies are changing the rules on how they pay you for the electricity you produce for them.

Some electric companies buy back at the lower rate and sell you electricity at the high rates. One way to get around this is to have a battery backup system like the Sol-Ark. This way you have the security of having reliable power in case of blackouts or storms and you can sell back when you want to. The link below is to an article discussing some of what can be done to help you reduce electric bills.

You can call one of our engineers and we can help you get a Sol-Ark system that is affordable.

Read about how the Low and Middle income families are hit most with high electric bills if they only have Grid-Ties Solar. This can be avoided if a battery backup system such as the Sol-Ark is incorporated…

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