Tesla Has Opened Their Renewable Products Store in Adelaide

Jon Capistrano
Jon Capistrano
October 7, 2017

Tesla is rolling out more stores around Australia. The latest store is located in Westfield Marion, South Australia, where the Tesla giant battery factory is being installed. The Westfield Marion will serve to educate the public on how renewable energy works, how it is generated, how it can be stored and how it can be used effectively as reported by Gizmodo.

Tesla’s store extends the investment into South Australia, allowing for residents to take control of their energy, whilst doing so in a sustainable and reliable way.

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The giant Tesla 100 megawatts/129 megawatt-hour Powerpack at the Hornsdale wind farm near Jamestown will be the world’s biggest of its kind. The company was given 100 days to complete the project but, Tesla is already ahead of schedule with half of the project already constructed.

Click here to read the full story on Gizmodo

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