Tesla’s rebranding of residential-use batteries is in line with their legacy of re-imagining existing products. Tesla’s battery may represent the first time in history that everyday homeowners are truly excited about the potential of storing energy at their home.

Tesla describes the Powerwall as a “rechargeable lithium ion battery with liquid thermal control.” Tesla battery packs are the perfect the perfect complement to existing or newly installed solar systems.

Thanks to Georgia’s lack of net metering solar owners aren’t able to capitalize on all the energy they are producing unless they have a way to store excess solar power. During the day, while your solar energy system is soaking up the most energy from the sun, most residential solar owners are away at work. So, instead of that energy going to waste (or getting sold back to the grid) why not store that energy for when you do get home in the evening?
Introducing Tesla’s Powerwall. The second-generation Tesla Powerwall offers one of the best ratios of cost to capacity of any product available in the United States. A single Powerwall can store 13.5 kWh (which can power essential appliances for a full 24 hours, for the average home) and all Powerwalls come with an integrated inverter.

The Powerwall has a 10-year warranty that is based on your battery being used for daily charging and use. As part of their warranty, Tesla offers a minimum guaranteed capacity that states Powerwall will sustain at least 70 percent of its capacity over the course of its warranty period. A solar storage solution like Tesla’s Powerwall allows you to maintain a sustained power supply during the day and night, as well as when the utility grid becomes unavailable. As a Tesla Powerwall Certified Installer CSUSA is proud to offer you the best recommendation about the Tesla home battery and other energy storage options available to homeowners today, so give us a call and let us show you the power the sun can have in your home!

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