Tesla Powerwall now available to installers on Powur platform

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Residential solar installers on the Powur PBC platform can begin selling the Tesla Powerwall, which was added to its battery energy storage offering this week. The addition of Tesla Powerwall further advances Powur’s goal of providing diverse clean energy solutions for homeowners and its sizable national residential solar sales network.

“With increasing grid-instability and self-consumption incentives, we are seeing greater demand for solar-plus-storage clean energy systems in homes,” stated Powur CEO Jonathan Budd. “By providing a variety of high-quality solar batteries, like Tesla Powerwall, on our agile platform, we can effectively meet the diverse energy storage needs of individuals in a range of markets.”

Ranking on the Inc. 5000 List of Fast Growing Companies for 4 years in a row, Powur is consistently expanding its platform by adding new features, technology and services, installers, and sales professionals to its platform.

Powur’s platform business model enables it to quickly and easily add new technologies while limiting risk and cost. Already offering Enphase, SolarEdge, and Franklin batteries on its platform, Powur is helping people have more control of their energy with full-house customized clean energy solutions.

Coupled with an app for seamless, 24/7 monitoring, the inverter-agnostic Powerwall 2, is an AC-coupled 13.5 kWh battery that supports self-consumption, time-based control, and backup functionality. Powerwall can detect a power outage, disconnect from the grid, and automatically restore power within a fraction of a second. With 5 kW continuous power output and revolutionary compact design that achieves market-leading energy density, the Powerwall 2 keeps homes running with little disruption.

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