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A common alternative to maintaining your own power storage is net metering, where surplus power is fed onto the grid (and paid for by the electric company), offsetting power drawn from the grid (and paid for by the user) at times when local generation is not sufficient to meet demand. My own solar installation works that way; if a month is particularly sunny ...
Of course it can. And if you hadn't listened the the smart "physicists" here but had pondered the possibility instead, then maybe it would be you getting the medal and recognition, and not Samuil Kruglyak: http://www.day.kiev.ua/en/article/economy/one-kilowatt-003-hryvnias Sorry, you have missed the boat.
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