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£1000

Renewable Energy Grant

£1000

Renewable Energy Grant

Features & Benefits of Battery Storage

The batteries that we install also provide a monitoring system so that you can see your electricity production, usage, storage, live and historical data on your mobile phone, tablet or computer.

Other benefits of installing Battery Storage.
Whilst most people install batteries to store the excess energy produced by their solar PV panels, there are a number of other benefits.

By choosing to move to a differential rate with your energy supplier, you could charge your batteries during the night when you will pay up to 50% less for your electricity.

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FAQ's

Once you’ve submitted your details to us, they will be passed onto our Renewable Energy Customer Care Team. They will contact you within 28 days to go through a detailed customer survey to ensure that you qualify for the grant and that Battery Storage is suitable at your property.

The £1000 grant needs to be registered on www.esegroup.co.uk/renewable-energy-grant by 15th December. The grant itself will expire in April 2022 (6 months) and must be used/redeemed towards a new Battery Storage System before then.

Our £1000 Renewable Energy Grant can be used to reduce the overall cost of a Battery Storage system in your home. E.g if a Battery Storage system was retailing at £4500, you would be able to buy one for £3,500 by using the grant. The Grant cannot be exchanged for monetary value and can only be used in conjunction with the purchase of a Battery Storage System from ESE Group.

No, you’re not legally tied into a contract or obliged to purchase a Battery Storage System once you’ve registered for the Renewable Energy Grant. That choice is completely down to you.

A home battery system is a large battery that you have installed at home, which can store excess electricity – usually that which is generated by your solar PV system and isn’t needed at the time – for use in your home at a time when energy can’t be generated such as night-time or on days with poor weather. This reduces your demand on the grid because your home can use the energy stored in the battery instead.  It helps you make savings on your electricity bills and ensure that more of the energy you are using is renewably generated.

Your solar panels are soaking up all that daylight, enabling you to power your home, but when the sun goes down – no more solar energy is being generated. You still need to power your home in the evening. What happens then? If you didn’t have battery storage, you’d then switch to using power from the National Grid – costing you a lot of extra money. With a battery installed in your home, you can use all the extra solar energy captured during the day that you didn’t use. This allows you to keep the energy you’ve generated and use it exactly when you need it most – instead of it going to waste.

Our Batteries come with a 10-year warranty – their lifespan far exceeds that of standard batteries you use on gadgets at home.

If you currently receive feed-in-tariff (FIT) payments for the electricity you generate with your solar PV, they will not be affected if you install a home battery system. The FIT scheme was discontinued for new home solar PV systems installed on or after 1st April 2019, but existing qualifying households won’t lose any of these payments for the contract term (usually 20 years from installation) if they do install a home battery system.

Yes, however this grant is only available to customers that already have Solar PV installed at their property. If you live in a rented property or a council owned house with Solar PV installed, you will not meet our criteria for the Renewable Energy Grant.