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With feed-in tariffs coming to end and power prices continuing to rise, energy storage is a very hot topic at the moment. Prices of battery systems have also reduced noticeably meaning more and more solar owners can store their generated energy for use at night.

Over since 2008 we have installed both grid connected and off-grid battery systems, here are the current battery products we stock.

Tesla Powerwall

Tesla powerwall 2

One of the most well known brands of home battery currently available, the Tesla Powerwall has taken the whole world by storm. The first Powerwall was one of the most anticipated battery storage products ever released.

Tesla recently announced the Powerwall 2 , which will have double the storage capacity for a similar price as the original unit. Powerwall 2 will also have built in solar inverters and be available in an AC and DC version.

Powerwall 2 is expected to be delivered around the middle of 2017 and to beat the rush we are currently taking deposits. Many of our customers have already signed up so don’t wait longer than you should enquire today.


LG Chem resu

LG are known for their consumer electronics, but their battery division LG Chem, are the second largest producer of lithium batteries in the world (After Tesla and Panasonic).

LG is recognised around the world as a manufacturer of great quality and excellent value electronic appliances. They manufacture batteries for electric cars such as GM/Holden, Hyundai and Mercedes-Benz.

The latest generation of LG Chem ‘RESU’ home solar batteries comes in multiple sizes and can be installed both in and outdoors.

Depending on your energy consumption, LG Chem RESU can also be a more cost effective solution for residential energy storage. Enquire about your LG Chem here. 

EnPhase AC Battery

EnPhase AC Battery

EnPhase Energy who are world leaders in Microinverter technology, now offer their own AC Battery system. Starting in 1.2kWh units, the batteries are suitable for homes with smaller energy demands.

The compact battery system is designed to be modular so it can be easily expanded. While the lithium ion phosphate battery comes with a built in battery inverter and uses the Enphase Envoy S for energy management and monitoring. The Envoy S which measures the home’s energy usage and solar generation and then directs excess solar energy into the battery for use at night. Enquire about an EnPhase Battery here.

Reposit Software

While not a battery, Reposit is intelligent software which works with your solar and battery systems to maximise energy use and reduce payback times.

Reposit learns, adapts and predicts your energy usage so you’re getting the most from your solar. And during certain times of the year, Reposit even sells your power back to the grid when the prices are highest – earning you GridCredits™ and an even lower power bill.

Enquire about Reposit Software here.

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  • Vincent Paino

    Currently have 3kw system and generating 17% more that we use like to go off grid in the near future and need advice please.


    • Dean Hewson

      We’ll be in touch over email. Nice work on producing more than you use already!

  • Mark

    It would be very helpful if you posted some prices on your site at least then I would know if I can afford it.

    • Dean Hewson

      Thanks for getting in touch Mark. We’ll send you an email with more information.

  • Graham Proctor

    Only one of the products you have advertised has a price range, all the others do not. I, loike one other would like to see some prices so I can see if I can afford to buy one.

    • Dean Hewson

      Thanks for getting in touch Graham. We’ll send you an email with more information.

  • Dorelle Davidson

    Ditto to above, plus more information on how they actually work

    • Dean Hewson

      Thanks for getting in touch Dorelle. We’ll send you an email with more information – we’re always trying to get the best deal so prices change a bit more regularly than we’re able to keep up with online.

  • Michelle

    Ditto on the prices. You should at least show a price range. I need to know if I can afford it.

    • Dean Hewson

      We’ll send you an email with more information.

  • Albert

    Prices and detailed specifications, and can they be integrated with existing grid-tied systems to produce a stand-alone system, please!

    • Dean Hewson

      Thanks for commenting, we’ll send you an email with more information.

  • Tracie Hendriks

    Repeating others requests for more information particularly how they work, reliability and other tecnical information. Also need to know if other equipment is needed to install the batteries e.g a charger. Cost is a big issue.

    • Dean Hewson

      Thanks for the comment Tracie. We’ll send you an email with more information.

  • Lynn Thomas

    I also would like to know the price range, as well as capabilities ie how long do they hold a charge, thanks

    • Dean Hewson

      Good question. We’ll be in touch over email with a bit more information.

  • Steven Penton

    Please send me an email with some prices too. Also need to know how long they hold a charge for.

    • Dean Hewson

      No worries, an email will be on its way to you soon.

  • Jodi

    How do I tell if my existing system is compatible? I would also be keen to know prices and expected life expectancy for each battery.

    • Dean Hewson

      We’ll be in contact over email with that info.

  • Norm Brasch

    Your company installed a 5 kW panel system on our roof 3 1/2 years ago. A new smart meter was installed and the readings now are showing that for every kilowatt of power we use we are producing 2 1/2 kW. This means that for every kilowatt of power we use, AGL sells an extra 1 1/2 kW of our power to others.
    Leaving out the difficult winter months, what size and cost of battery could I install to be power self-sufficient for 9 months of each year

    • Dean Hewson

      Great output! We’ll be in touch over email to talk further.

  • Ern Meharry

    I have a 5.2 kw system and a Growat Inverter. think I generate more than I use and hate paying 26 cents after dark when the thieves only give me 5 cents /kw feed in.
    Am very interested in a Tesla powerwall. Can you please give me more information.

    • Dean Hewson

      I’ve passed your request on, and info will be emailed to you soon.

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