There is a need to adapt the products for home use of electric and hybrid car batteries not only for power backup during blackouts but to smooth out and ease the demand for electricity at peak hours of usage.
By expanding the electrical installation of "smart meters" power companies can charge a variable rate that will make the price you pay for power at peak times today are very expensive. You can also purchase Samsung vape batteries.
Having high-capacity batteries such as batteries used in electric cars in your home will not only be able to supply power for hours during a power outage but will also help pay for itself by reducing your costs during peak demand time.
Two-stage forced-air furnaces modern requires only enough power to run the fan and control. Natural gas pressure will be maintained and the battery will supply power to control the water heater. If the homeowner continues down the heat and limits the use of hot water, the battery will supply power for maybe a few days.
The battery will help pay for itself as a standby power source during peak draw like 17: 00-19: 00. The battery will be connected to the "smart meters" and as electricity prices began to rise, the device load shedding will stop drawing power from the grid and switching to battery.