Solar power use is on the rise in the United States. According to the
Solar Energy Industries Association, people installed a new solar
energy system every 75 seconds in 2020. Currently, 18.6 million homes use solar power.
When you go solar, you’ll usually need a battery or generator.
However, grids are also experiencing a surge in popularity. The
COVID-19 pandemic, risk of natural disasters and worsening storms
due to climate change and not to mention an aging electric grid
infrastructure, have prompted homeowners to explore backup
So what are your options? The main choices are batteries or generators.