Tesla Powerwall 2 and Rooftop Solar is Already Competitive with Grid Power

The Powerwall 2 peak power has gone up by 40%, continuous power by 50%, the storage capacity by 100% and it included an inverter. And all of this for $8,000

Via Clean Technica: Last month, tesla launched its Powerwall 2.0 residential battery storage system, which is less than a year after the company launched Powerwall 1.0. The Powerwall 2 peak power has gone up by 40%, continuous power by 50%, the storage capacity by 100% and it included an inverter. And all of this for $8,000, which is about the same price as the Powerwall 1.0. Thus, in other words, the price per kilowatt-hour stored and re-used has halved in less than a year. Indicative installed prices in Australia are a little over $10,000. The common notion was that battery costs would go down more gradually than the precipitate decline seen in solar PV costs… And this has been proven wrong.
image credit: https://cleantechnica.com
image credit: https://cleantechnica.com
As the article details, putting this together and amortising the capital items at 2% mortgage rate, the PV+battery+grid is leveled with the average grid-only market offer and more affordable than the average grid-only market offer. Click here to read the full story on Clean Technica Featured Image Credit: Windell Oskay

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Written by Jon Capistrano

Jon specialises in research and content creation for our outreach campaigns. He’s worked as a technical support representative for Dell, America Online, Xbox and Dodo Australia. He’s an avid scooterist and musician.

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