House with solar panels

Harness the power of the sun

Saving sunshine for a rainy day

Green energy from solar panels is cost effective and environmentally friendly, but much of what is produced can be wasted because of outdated or non-existent storage. Transporter Energy systems can be connected to new or existing solar installations and can be scaled to meet even the most demanding requirements.

Solar panel converts sunlight into electricity.

Transporter Energy battery stores power.

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reducing cost and fuel.

Direct usage of power

Power is fed into electrical panel

BENEFITS TO GENERATING YOUR OWN POWER

Why generate your own power?

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REDUCE BILL COSTS

By storing your own solar power with our Transporter batteries, you can reduce the costs of electricity bills, saving up to 50% of your money.

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LOWER YOUR CARBON FOOTPRINT

Go green with our Transporter battery and store your solar power today, helping the environment and reducing the usage of fossil fuels.

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AVOID PRICE HIKES

Electricity bills are constantly on the rise, so why not avoid the hike by saving money, and storing your power.

More effective storage for a greener future

The life-span of lithium-ion batteries also makes them the perfect choice for solar storage. They can complete a far greater number of charge/discharge cycles before their capacity begins to decrease, meaning that they won’t need replacing so often. This in turn has a significant impact on waste and recycling; an important consideration if you’re looking for a greener energy solution.

Using our batteries in conjunction with a solar array can provide sustainable power solutions for remote locations, or those looking to create an off-grid alternative to traditional electric supplies.

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GO FORWARD WITH SOLAR BATTERY STORAGE

For the last 20 years, many areas in the UK have begun to see widespread use of solar panels powering homes during daylight hours. This is a great start, but batteries for solar panels advance this benefit much further. The big difference between simply having solar panels on your roof, and having solar panel battery storage, comes in being able to store that energy to use later in the day, rather than as and when it is generated.

Our Transporter batteries store power from what's generated within the day, allowing you to store power to use in the evenings, as well as store power to use on those rainy days.

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Six reasons to go 100% electric

With These Powerful Batteries

No more gas checks!

Annual gas checks are costly and often fail. Remove the need for gas and the end of these inconvenient checks.

No poisoning fears!

It is not un-common to sleep in your leisure home without gas heating for fear of carbon monoxide poisoning.

No more draughts!

All gas appliances require vents through floor and walls making your leisure vehicle colder — especially in the winter months.

No more restless nights

The Transporter Energy System can be left on at night with the assurance that you can sleep easy.

No rotten or damp floors

The Transporter Energy System does not require vents leaving your floor intact. Reducing vulnerability of rot and damp in your leisure home.

No more false gas readings

You'll never have to search for a gas refill or worry about having the right regulator to fit.

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Lithium Ion Batteries

  • Increase payload, Lithium batteries weigh only 13KG
  • Over 90% charge if Lithium is left for 4 Months.
  • Lithium can be fitted anywhere in any orientation to save space and for ease of fitment.
  • With Lithium there is no risk of overcharging issues and it will not emit toxic explosive gases, swell or explode.
  • Lithium can run totally flat and recharge. The Battery Management System in Lithium will kick in and protect itself before damage occurs.
  • Lithium maintains a stable voltage right down to almost zero, keeping your appliances running.
  • Lithium has a straight power curve until flat.
  • Lithium has much faster charging time, 5-10 times faster.

Lead/ AGM Batteries

  • XAverage AGM / Lead Acid weighs 24-31KG
  • XLead / AGM will go flat if left for long periods of time.
  • XLead / AGM must be fitted upright with access to a vent.
  • XLead / AGM are dangerous if overcharged.
  • XLead / AGM will be destroyed if allowed to go flat. Below 10.5V they are unrecoverable.
  • XLead / AGM is taken below 12 volts your appliances will start turning off, including TV’s, fridges, heating, control panels, etc.
  • XLead / AGM have an ever decreasing power curve.
  • XLead / AGM are relatively slow to charge.
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Greener, non-toxic renewable energy system

Transporter energy batteries contain no harmful and polluting lead or acid; that means that they are cleaner to make and safer to use.Used in conjunction with solar panels and windmills, they provide a clean and green energy source wherever you travel.

With a life-span of up to 10 times longer than a lead acid battery, there is far less waste and at the end of their life 100% of all the components of a lithium-ion battery can be recycled.

Non toxic renewable energy system

Harness the Power of the Sun

When paired with solar panels or a wind generator, Transport Energy batteries have the potential to help you create limitless green energy.

Whether you are in a remote location or want to improve your carbon footprint, lithium-ion storage is an efficient, maintenance free way to harness the power of the sun and create a greener future.

Limitless green energy

Spread the cost with 0% finance

Finance is the perfect way to spread the cost of your Transporter Energy batteries. We've partnered with finance provider Duologi to make your move towards greener energy even easier.

Head over to our buy now page, where you can purchase our batteries and huge range of accessories. When it's time to pay, simply choose our finance option and then fill in the online application form. Applying takes minutes, and you'll receive a decision instantly.

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An Example Of 6 Days Without Power

Don’t compromise on home comforts when you’re off-grid.

When it’s time to charge up, connect to solar panels.

Start of day 1

100%

(~7200w)

On the first day of your trip, you make two microwave meals and use the hob to cook some veg. The fridge freezer is running all day and you use lights and other accessories from time to time. The hot water heater runs for an hour and you watch TV for a couple of hours. It’s a sunny day, so you get 5 hours of solar charging.

End of day 1

95%

(~6834w)

Start of day 1

100%

(~7200w)

Energy out

Microwave oven 15 mins 248w
Induction hob 30 mins 990w
Fridge freezer 24 hrs 432w
Water heater 1 hrs 300w
TV 2 hrs 46w
Lights, ancillaries, etc. - 50w
Total usage 1864w

Energy in

400w solar array 5 hrs 1700w
Engine alternator - -
 
 
 
 
Total charge 1700w

End of day 1

95%

(~6834w)

Start of day 2

95%

(~6843w)

Cook a tasty breakfast on the hob. For dinner you roast a chicken in the microwave oven, and cook side veg on the hob. Once again, the fridge freezer is on all day and the water heater for an hour. You watch TV for three hours. The good weather means 5 hours of solar charging.

End of day 2

77%

(~5538w)

Start of day 2

95%

(~6834w)

Energy out

Microwave oven 40 mins 660w
Induction hob 45 mins 1485w
Fridge freezer 24 hrs 432w
Water heater 1 hrs 300w
TV 3 hrs 69w
Lights, ancillaries, etc. - 50w
Total usage 2996w

Energy in

400w solar array 5hrs 1700w
Engine alternator - -
 
 
 
 
Total charge 1700w

End of day 2

77%

(~5538w)

Start of day 3

77%

(~5538w)

Breakfast and dinner are both cooked on the hob today. The fridge is on, you heat water for an hour and use lights as and when needed. You relax in front of the telly for three hours. It’s bad weather, so no solar charge, but a three-hour drive gives you a charge from the alternator.

End of day 3

57%

(~4117w)

Start of day 3

77%

(~5538w)

Energy out

Microwave oven -
Induction hob 50 mins 1650w
Fridge freezer 24 hrs 432w
Water heater 1 hrs 300w
TV 3 hrs 69w
Lights, ancillaries, etc. - 50w
Total usage 2501w

Energy in

400w solar array - -
Engine alternator 3 hrs 1080w
 
 
 
 
Total charge 1080w

End of day 3

57%

(~4117w)

Start of day 4

57%

(~4117w)

The weather isn’t great again, so no solar charge today and four hours spent watching TV. You prepare two meals in the microwave and cook side dishes on the hob. As always, the fridge freezer is on all day and the water heater for an hour with various lights and accessories as needed.

End of day 4

31%

(~2253w)

Start of day 4

57%

(~4117w)

Energy out

Microwave oven 20 mins 330w
Induction hob 20 mins 660w
Fridge freezer 24 hrs 432w
Water heater 1 hrs 300w
TV 4 hrs 92w
Lights, ancillaries, etc. - 50w
Total usage 1864w

Energy in

400w solar array - -
Engine alternator - -
 
 
 
 
Total charge 0w

End of day 4

31%

(~2253w)

Start of day 5

31%

(~2253w)

Out for a drive today so 2.5 hours alternator charging. The sun is out too, so another 4 hours from the solar panels. You run the water heater for the usual hour and watch TV for 5 hours. Dinner is cooked using both the microwave and the hob.

End of day 5

34%

(~2462w)

Start of day 5

31%

(~2253w)

Energy out

Microwave oven 10 mins 165w
Induction hob 30 mins 990w
Fridge freezer 24 hrs 432w
Water heater 1 hrs 300w
TV 5 hrs 115w
Lights, ancillaries, etc. - 50w
Total usage 2052w

Energy in

400w solar array 4 hrs 1360w
Engine alternator 2.5 hrs 900w
 
 
 
 
Total charge 2260w

End of day 5

34%

(~2462)

Start of day 6

34%

(~2462w)

Another good day, so 5 hours of solar charging. Breakfast and dinner are both cooked using the hob and microwave, and the fridge freezer stays on all day. Three hours is spent watching TV and the lights are used as needed.

End of day 6

100%

(~7200w)

Start of day 6

34%

(~2462w)

Energy out

Microwave oven 1.25 hrs 1238w
Induction hob 50 mins 1650w
Fridge freezer 24 hrs 432w
Water heater 1 hrs 300w
TV 3 hrs 69w
Lights, ancillaries, etc. - 50w
Total usage 3574w

Energy in

400w solar array - -
Engine alternator - -
 
 
 
 
Total charge 0w

End of day 6

100%

(~7200w)