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I'm considering A2A units in 2 rooms where radiators are an issue, wish I'd done wet under floor when sorting downstairs now tbh.
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Once again thank you for your advice it has been very helpful, I have just found this offer https://lr-renewables.co.uk/product/growatt-6-5kw-battery-storage-bundle/ reviews for the company are good on Trustpilot, my only concern about Growatt is their software is not the best?Torn on advice here. An AC coupled system would mean not touching the current setup, would separate out the two functions and mean they work independently, but would also limit you to the current inverter total for both usage and charge. This means if you're using 1kw then only 2.6kW max is available for charging, but it's not a huge issue. Would mean a G99 application prior to install but should be simple enough and any spark can do the job.
Alternatively you replace your almost new inverter with a hybrid and hang batteries off that, means the batteries charge off DC so can use the full 3.6 max on the home and no G99 so can just do it and tell the power company later, but would need a real solar installer.
Not gonna lie, that feels a little expensive, but it really is a sellers market right now. Stock is a huge issue so make sure they have it available before parting with any money.Once again thank you for your advice it has been very helpful, I have just found this offer https://lr-renewables.co.uk/product/growatt-6-5kw-battery-storage-bundle/ reviews for the company are good on Trustpilot, my only concern about Growatt is their software is not the best?
Also the company from Derby never responded to me either.
Don't know about battery size as not mentioned. They push you to a video call to discuss things further.Seems very high tbh, what size battery?
A good quote at the moment is 1k per kW of solar or 2kWh of battery, fully installed. Fixed costs like scaffolding mean smaller installations will rarely be as cost effective.
Wish they would! Octopus used to lend customers a similar device for free, an flir, but they stopped a year or two back unfortunately.Maybe the LA can lease out these?
Any spark can install batteries, so cheaper than a solar install. Don't know that inverter, assuming you're aiming for off peak storage to use later?Has anyone heard or know anything about this setup https://callidus.shop/products/copy...c-in-relay-2-4kw?_pos=11&_sid=a883fc54f&_ss=r also roughly how much would this cost to get installed?
Apologies if I am not quite with your reply, my object is to install a battery to harvest any unused power by my panels and import from the grid during the early hours of the morning, is this system not suitable for this. Thank you in advance.Any spark can install batteries, so heater than a solar install. Don't know that inverter, assuming you're aiming for off peak storage to use later?
Edit: you'll need a second earth to use the power cut functionality