Home Reserve Power Supply
Fuel-powered Standby Generators vs. Battery Reserve Power Supply
If you live somewhere with regular , it's a good idea to have a backup power supply for your home. There are two main types of backup power supplies - fossil-fuel powered standby generators and battery backups - on the market, but each serves the same primary purpose: keeping your lights and appliances on when the power goes out. Standby generators connect to your home's electrical panel and kick on automatically when the power goes out. Generators run on fossil fuel to keep your electricity on during an outage -- typically gas, diesel, or liquid propane. On the other hand, battery reserve power suppply runs on electricity, either from your home solar system or the electrical grid, or even from a single-fuel or dual-fuel (gas or propane) generator. As a result, they're much better for the environment than fuel-powered generators. They're also better for your wallet.
From economy 3,072Wh, 6,144Wh, and 10,138Wh Home Reserve Power Supply to andvanced higher-cost DELTA PRO-based 3,600Wh to massive 12,600Wh Home Battery Backup Systems all these products are available to you.
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