Solar batteries can make the difference between having and not having power during the harsh weather. In recent years, climate change has led to an increase in weather-related disasters. Millions of people across the globe have been affected by extreme weather conditions such as heat waves, heavy downpours, severe floods and droughts, increased wildfire activity and rising sea levels. These extreme weather events often result in power outages, leading homeowners to find ways to protect against blackouts, such as solar or photovoltaic (PV) systems.
With the constant climate fluctuations, people in the countries in the Caribbean have been hit hard with severe weather and storms. Losing electricity is comparable to a death sentence because people cannot pump water, get food, and even do the basics like brush their teeth. With the help of Florida based company Advanced Innovative Systems (AIS), which supports the regions of the Caribbean and South America, homeowners can now be completely energy independent. AIS is a Solar Energy System designer