Tesla PowerWall

Tesla powerwall
                When the grid goes down, the Powerwall which is a battery stores electricity, senses outages, and automatically becomes your home's energy supply. Powerwall, unlike gasoline generators, keeps your lights on and your phones charged without the need for maintenance, fuel, or noise. To keep your devices running for days, pair them with solar and charge them with sunlight.


Control, Monitor and Optimize:

Tesla powerwall App

You can monitor your home's energy output and consumption in real time using the Tesla app. Set your priorities to achieve energy independence, outage security, or cost reduction. You can monitor your device from anywhere thanks to instant warnings and remote access.

Without Solar

If the electricity prices fluctuate during the day, Powerwall can charge when the price is low and discharge when the price is high, resulting in automatic savings. By detecting grid outages and automatically being the home's main power source, Powerwall can also provide seamless backup power.

With Solar


Solar energy starts to power the home as soon as the sun rises. When more power is needed in the house, the home can tap into the utility grid.

During the day, as solar panels produce more energy than the home consumes, the Powerwall is charged. Powerwall then stores the electricity until the home requires it, such as when solar panels are no longer generating at night or when the electric grid is down due to a blackout.

When the sun shines the next day, solar energy recharges Powerwall, creating a clean, renewable energy loop.

Where to Install Powerwall


Powerwall can be used both indoors and outdoors, and it can run in temperatures ranging from -4°F to 122°F. Powerwall can restrict charge or discharge power at the extremes of the temperature range to extend battery life. If you live in an area where the temperature is often outside of the 32°F to 86°F range, we suggest installing Powerwall indoors.

Avoid placing Powerwall in direct sunlight or in areas with high temperatures to get the best results. Although rain and humidity do not pose a threat, Powerwall should not be built in flood-prone areas or near water sources like downspouts, faucets, or sprinkler systems.

 Powerwall should be kept free of debris such as leaves and thick brush, as well as areas of accumulated snow, in order to ensure adequate ventilation.




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