Bakersfield, CA, October 10, 2022 – Arc Energy Co. is proud to announce the launch of a new service called Backup Batteries, which offers users the ability to store their solar energy in a battery bank and use it when they need it most. This service has been designed to provide an alternative to traditional electricity sources, which often experience outages and blackouts.

The Solar Backup Batteries service consists of a portable battery pack that can be installed on any roof or surface in your home, as well as a battery bank that stores that energy for later use. You can charge up your batteries at any time during the day, and you can use them at night or during an outage. The batteries are also portable, so if you move to a new home, you can take them with you!

This is a big step forward for Arc Energy Co. and one that many of their clients have been asking for since the company started offering solar panels. For years, the company has been working with residential and commercial clients to provide them with the most reliable, affordable solar energy solutions in the area. They have been able to offer their customers an alternative energy source that doesn’t rely on fossil fuels or coal and with this new service, they can now offer them the same backup power for their home or business that they would get from a traditional battery system.

Is it worth investing in solar backup batteries?

If you’re thinking about getting a home solar system, it’s worth considering backup batteries to extend the life of your energy supply. Backup batteries are becoming more popular with homeowners who have solar panels but still rely on traditional power grids. The idea behind them is simple, they’re essentially rechargeable versions of car batteries that can store electricity until you need it most.

Backup batteries can help you avoid high utility demand charges.

Demand charges are the amount that utilities charge customers for their peak electricity use during a billing period. They’re not tied to how much electricity was used at any given time, but rather to how much energy was drawn from the grid during those times. Demand charges are meant to encourage people to be more mindful of when they use power so that they’re not paying extra just because they live somewhere with an unreliable source of electricity.

The good news is that solar panel systems can help reduce your demand charges by providing backup power when you need it most, in the evening and on cloudy days when your solar panels aren’t generating as much energy as usual. This way, even if demand charges start rising again while you’re away from home or at night after your solar array has stopped producing any power, as long as there’s enough stored in the battery, chances are good that this backup system will come through for you!

If you live in a remote location, you may need a backup power supply.

If your home or business is not connected to the utility grid, solar backup batteries can be used to provide power during blackouts and brownouts. Backup batteries can be used in any application where there is no access to electricity such as places off the grid but they’re especially useful when living off-grid because they can store energy generated by solar panels during the day for later use at night.

What kind of batteries do solar batteries use?

Solar backup systems use a variety of different types of batteries. The most common type used in solar backup systems is the lithium-ion battery. These are also sometimes referred to as Li-ion batteries. The two main types of lithium-ion batteries are standard and ultracapacitors, both of which can be used in solar backup systems. 

Standard lithium-ion batteries have a longer lifespan than ultracapacitors but they also generally cost more than their higher-capacity counterparts. Lead acid, nickel metal hydride (NiMH), sodium-sulfur, and other types of lead-acid batteries are typically used in backup power systems with lower storage capacities than what you’ll find with standard or ultracapacitor lithium-ion batteries.

How does battery storage work with solar?

The batteries used for solar backup power are a type of rechargeable battery called secondary cells. These batteries store energy from the sun and can be used to supply electricity to your home when there is no sunlight or when all the electricity from solar panels has been used.

There are three basic types of rechargeable batteries: lead acid, nickel metal hydride (NiMH), and lithium-ion. All these types come in different sizes and shapes depending on their intended use. For example, NiMH batteries are often shaped like AA batteries while lithium-ion ones resemble golf balls with metal caps on each end.

How long does a home solar battery last?

The lifespan of a solar battery depends on the type of battery, but the average lifespan ranges from 5-8 years. Different types of batteries have their unique lifespans. Some batteries can be recharged, others can be repaired, and some can be recycled. If you purchase a lithium-ion (Li-ion) home battery backup system you should expect to replace your new backup battery every 7 years or so depending on how much electricity it produces. However, if you choose a lead acid or nickel-cadmium (NiCad) system instead then your replacement costs will be lower and possibly negligible as they will last longer than Li-ion systems do.

“We’ve been working on this project for years,” said Arc Energy Co. CEO Stephen Moynier in an interview. “Now that we’ve got the technology down, it’s time for us to take it public.”

Are you looking for a backup battery for your solar panels?

Arc Energy Co. is a leading provider of solar energy solutions, and they have been working hard to bring you this new service that will help you take your solar energy system to the next level. 

Arc Energy Co. provides services in Bakersfield, CA, and the surrounding areas. They also offer renewable energy, residential and commercial solar panels, panel cleaning, and more. Contact Arc Energy Co. for all your solar energy needs!

Arc Energy Co.

2816 Calloway Dr #103, Bakersfield, CA 93312, United States

(661) 241-0220