Tesla Stores Adds Energy Storage Devices For Homes

Posted: Nov 22 2016, 11:13am CST | by , in Cars & Vehicles


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Tesla Stores Adds Energy Storage Devices for Homes
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  • Tesla Adds Energy Storage Devices for Homes at Its Stores as well

Tesla reboots its stores in order to carry energy for houses too.

Tesla has been trying from a long time now to make sure that its clients get the best services all around the country. The company has therefore come up with a new plan to assist the people in charging the cars.

The company is off to reboot its store so that the clients will be able to get the home energy sources at them too, according to AutoCar.

The company recently made an announcement according to which they will be revamping dozens of locations in order to display the Power hall home battery and informative graphics on energy sources.

This announcement came with the Tesla’s acquisition of Solar City which is a solar company. The deal was finalized between the companies on Monday which as approved earlier on last week Thursday.

The Power hall battery storage system will store solar energy for the use at night by customers. This project is implemented so that the customers get to have all the energy even if the power grid fails at any time.

The batteries used for the system will be introduced in selected stores in California, Hawaii, UK and Australia.

Along with that there will be numerous locations in North America and Europe where these storage batteries will be introduced. Tesla customers will be able to order these batteries in store or even online as well.

The inclusion of energy resources like this have certainly made Tesla move away from the conventional motor companies. The automaker did all in its power to make sure that they get the permission from state to sell vehicles outside the traditional dealership stores and directly to customers.

They have achieved in doing so though. This energy integration step will also make them one of the first ones to introduce extra energy sources for EVs.

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