4 reasons we all need battery backup
From car to home emergencies, planning ahead should be mandatory
Last year, 350 million people worldwide were left without power. It's undeniable that with the increased popularity in electronic appliances and an aging grid, it's in our best interests to consider solar energy more often.
However, it can be difficult to know where to start in power outage preparation. Natural disasters and accidents are common culprits, but they happen so few and far between that it's easy to overlook them. And sometimes our first instincts are to just hope that electricity companies fix it all soon enough. But what happens when the situation is a bit more dire than waiting on an electricity truck to show up? And why is backup electricity essential?
Here are four tips to answer these questions.