Myenergi Zappi and Eddi

If you've got batteries, do you necessarily "need" the myenergi products?

Especially when, with enough batteries you're not exactly exporting that power back into the grid? 

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  • Screwdriva
    Screwdriva Posts: 1,101
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    edited 30 November 2022 at 2:43PM
    Do you have an EV? If so, you'll need an EV charger. Zappi is incredible and is one I'd get. 

    From April to August, you'll like have full batteries and more than enough PV to heat your hot water tank. That said if 2022 is anything to go by, it's looking like you'll probably earn more by selling excess to the grid than storing it anywhere.

    Agile tariffs are back above price cap levels so I don't see energy demand going away anytime soon, especially over the low wind Spring and Summer months. 
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  • waqasahmed
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    Do you have an EV? If so, you'll need an EV charger. Zappi is incredible and is one I'd get. 

    From April to August, you'll like have full batteries and more than enough PV to heat your hot water tank. That said if 2022 is anything to go by, it's looking like you'll probably earn more by selling excess to the grid than storing it anywhere. 
    Thanks

    So tbh not just yet but I was thinking about maybe getting it eventually 
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