In the case that all my appliances are satisfied by the battery power, what happens to my excess electricity?

In the case that all my appliances are satisfied by the battery power, what happens to my excess electricity?

During the day, excess electricity goes into the grid if you are grid connected. At night there is no excess electricity, the appliances use whatever is available, as stored in the battery.
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