#1 June 28, 2016 07:57:37

SunnySouthwell
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batterylite

Has anyone investigated the pros and cons of this :- batterylite.co.uk ?

Steve

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#2 July 9, 2016 21:08:24

morrisok
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batterylite

I hadn't, it seems like an interesting concept though, just focus on the lighting, even in winter it should be able to last a good few days without any sun and probably doesn't need too much sun to top it up.

I'd be interested to see what the cost is, I can't imagine the savings are very high, realistically, as most people are on LED or equivalent and therefore are not using much watt hours each day anyway.

I might see if I can get a price and work out what the payback would be.



Kevin

URN 131, 3.92KWp 12x 327W E20 SunPower panels Sunnyboy 4000 inverter, facing ~south, no shading issues. Location: Sussex, http://pvoutput.org/list.jsp?userid=12216

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