When you decide whether a battery makes sense for your home, remember to consider the feed-in tariff : the amount you're paid for any excess power generated by your solar panels and fed into the grid
Rebate schemes are revised from time to time, so it's worth also checking the federal government energy website to see what's available in your area.
There are also various Virtual Power Plant (VPP) programs in most states which can help reduce the cost of a battery. By joining a VPP program, you agree to make the stored energy in your home battery available to the VPP operator who can then use it to supply the grid in times of high demand.
In return, you're paid a subsidy, which might be in the form of reduced energy bills, a rebate towards buying the battery, or even free solar and battery installation. But note that it won't always guarantee that your battery pays for itself.
From looking at consumer reviews on a variety of websites, it seems that most households with storage batteries are happy with them so far. Some customers report problems with battery failure or with customer support from the supplier, but in most cases it appears that the batteries are performing as expected.
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