Back in 2015, Tesla Motors had a goal of setting their sights on the home energy market and introduced the home battery pack known as, the Tesla Powerwall.
Tesla motors have been recognized for producing high-quality electric vehicles as well as well as their intelligence to reform and successfully thriving to rebrand current technologies. Tesla’s rebranding of residential-use batteries is in direction with their goal of reimagining existing products.
What is the Tesla Powerwall?
Tesla is one of the very few companies that makes small-scale batteries for home energy storage in the residential energy storage market. The Powerwall is described by Tesla is a “rechargeable lithium ion battery with liquid thermal control”. The initial release of the Powerwall launched in 2015, and a renovated Powerwall 2.0 was announced the following year in 2016.
The Tesla battery pack is an excellent match for solar panels, notably in the occasion of an off-grid project where a homeowner needs or desires to be purely independent of their utility. A solar storage system like the Tesla Powerwall permits you to maintain a sustained power supply during both day and night.
How does the battery work?
Similar to other energy storage products, the Tesla battery pack is designed to curate for day-today use at home, and usually integrated with a home solar panel system. The surplus electricity that is produced and not used in your home is then stored in the battery pack in lieu of being sent back into the electric grid.
Typically this process happens over a sequence of a day, when the sun is high in the sky and your solar panels are generating more electricity than you can use, the excess energy is saved in your Tesla Powerball. While the sun goes down, your solar productivity decreases and begins drawing in the electricity you stored during the sunniest part of the day. Virtually, the Powerwall helps you balance out and manage your electricity production over the course of a day.
Is it possible to go OTG (off the grid) with a Tesla Powerwall?
Benefits of installing a solar storage system in your home is a great way to have direct control of your electricity bill, but in essence doesn’t mean you are 100 percent separated from your utility. This means going “off the grid” with solar batteries is indeed more costly and intricate than you may believe. An individual Tesla home battery will administer only a few hours of backpack power – not practical enough to umbrella you on a cloudy day, or several days or weeks of harsh weather conditions.
The Tesla Powerwall warranty and how long does the battery last?
An unlimited 10-year warranty that predicts your battery is used for daily charging and draining is what comes with the Powerwall.
Alike with others, the Tesla batteries ability to hold charge depreciates over time. This does not indicate that this characteristic makes this product flawed. All batteries lose the capability to withhold a charge whether it’s a rechargeable AA battery, a home battery or an electric vehicle battery.
As Tesla says “Reliable Power Day and Night”. Let us help you go “off the grid” with the Tesla Powerwall!