What is solar self-consumption with battery storage?

Solar self-consumption is the fact of consuming, on the production site in priority, all or part of the electricity generated by a photovoltaic installation rather than injecting it on the public distribution network.

In the case of solar self-consumption with batteries, a photovoltaic installation supplies priority energy to the electrical panel of a building then charges the batteries with surplus production and then injects on the network if a surplus of energy remains.

When the electrical appliances are in operation, they are supplied with priority by the solar installation and then by the batteries if the production is insufficient and finally by the network if a supplement of power is necessary.