BayWa r.e. announced the inclusion of Tesla Powerwall through BayWa r.e. Solar Systems, the company’s distribution arm in the United States. BayWa r.e. will add Tesla Powerwall in California and is already working to expand availability to other U.S. states in the coming months.
The Tesla Powerwall eliminates the need for consistent utility grid consumption by storing excess energy produced by a solar system and using it during periods of low production, such as at night or during power outages.
“The addition of Tesla Powerwall marks an exciting milestone in our commitment to advancing the future of energy,” said David Dunlap, VP of Product Strategy at BayWa r.e. Solar Systems, LLC. “By adding Powerwall to our best-in-class storage technology suite, our solar install partners can unlock self-generation for American homeowners all while reducing their electric bill and carbon footprint. We are excited to be chosen to collaborate in this effort.”
Following the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) and NEM 3.0 in California, residents are actively seeking efficient ways to reduce their rising power bills and protect themselves from frequent utility grid outages through sustainable energy solutions.
With a 13.5 kilowatt-hour (kWh) energy capacity and a max load of 10 Powerwall’s per system, homeowners can store up to 135 kWh of energy right on their property and become their own clean energy power plant.
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