Parasol Elite Power

Why Parasol Elite Power Residential HESS

#1 Safety!

Power backup during a power outage has many benefits, but none are more important than safety. Feeling safe and secure is a universal human condition; whether your own safety or the safety of loved ones, everybody wants to feel safe.

Parasol Elite Power is there for you to protect what you care about during power instability or outage, knowing your most relied upon devices will continue working during a weather event, planned or sudden power outage. Security systems, medical devices, heating, air conditioning, refrigerator, lights, will all continue operating for hours or even days. Opportunistic criminals will choose another house when given the choice between attacking a dark powerless house or a well-lit secure house.

#2 Reliability!

Solar systems that have grid-tied systems shut down during a power outage, this is done for safety, but leaves you without any power. With PEP BESS installed, power remains constant regardless of grid condition, power instability or outage, your power stays on. All our systems have a 10-year warranty.

#3 Cost Savings!

Cost savings will be achieved with peak-shaving by charging your system while rates are low and using it during peak rate times. If you have solar, charge the system during the day and use it at night to completely stay off the grid and eliminate your power bill or increase your sell back receipts.

Environmental costs are reduced by helping to decarbonize the planet. By spreading your grid usage throughout the day, you reduce grid strain during peak usage, thereby helping to keep the power on for everybody while you save money.

Installing Parasol Elite Power BESS saves money, our pricing is the most competitive on the market due to producing all our own components for the system at one factory. Our complete system is affordable and qualifies for State and federal incentives. Our installation partner Ray Scheidts Electric, Inc. has been in operation more than 60 years, and they use only union, licensed, certified, electricians.

#4 Rebates and Credits!

The newly passed Inflation Reduction Act raised the tax credit from 26% to 30% for solar and/or HESS for your home. This covers all qualifying installations from 1/1/2022 to 1/1/2033.

There are state and local rebates ranging from $0.15 to $1.00 per watt, making some installations completely free, and in California, there are rebate advances available, eliminating all out-of-pocket costs for the customer.

Residential HESS Components

Battery Modules

Battery modules are created by connecting multiple battery cells in series and/or parallel to increase the voltage and/or capacity of the module.

First, the battery cells are assembled. This involves welding or soldering the positive and negative terminals of each cell together in the desired configuration (series and/or parallel).

Next, a battery management system (BMS) is added to the pack. The BMS is a circuit board that is designed to monitor and control the charging and discharging of the battery pack. It also provides protection against overcharging, over-discharging, short-circuiting, and other hazards.

After that, the battery pack is placed in a protective enclosure, such as a plastic or metal case. This enclosure not only provides physical protection for the battery pack but also helps to dissipate heat generated during charging and discharging. Our home systems are 10kW to 100kW, you can keep all devices running during a power outage or just vital devices for hours, days, weeks.

Hybrid Inverter

A hybrid inverter is a type of inverter used in a Home Energy Storage Systems (HESSs) that combine the functions of a traditional inverter with those of a battery charge controller.

The traditional inverter function of a hybrid inverter is to convert direct current (DC) power from the battery into alternating current (AC) power, which can be used by the grid or other loads. The inverter is responsible for regulating the voltage and frequency of the AC power to match the grid’s specifications.

The battery charge controller function of a hybrid inverter is to control the charging and discharging of the battery. It manages the flow of energy between the battery and the grid or other power sources and ensures that the battery is not overcharged or over-discharged. It also manages the power output of the inverter to ensure that the battery is charged and discharged in a way that maximizes its lifetime.

System Infrastructure

Our systems work with or without solar panels.

Without solar panels HESS performs peak shaving to save money and emergency power backup during grid instability and outages.

With solar panels you add the benefit of HESS storing excess energy generated during the day for use later, instead of sending it back to the grid. This can help to reduce the amount of electricity needed from the grid, especially during periods of peak demand or when the sun is not shining.