Are solar batteries safe?

Are solar batteries safe?

Solar batteries are safe across technologies.

In general, solar batteries are very safe. Lithium ion, salt water, and lead acid batteries are the main types of solar battery systems available, and are all safe to pair with a home solar system.

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