Prometheus is always striving to improve its systems and provide the best solar solutions for those living in northern Arizona. We have teamed up with Tesla to bring Tesla Powerwall to our customers. If you enjoyed this explanation of the equipment, you may be interested in information about how to get one or more installed at your house.
What is a Tesla Powerwall and how does it work?
The Powerwall allows you to store electricity for rainy days. Your Powerwall will immediately switch on your critical circuits, so if the grid goes down for any reason, it won’t be noticeable. It can even cover your entire house depending on how many power walls you have. You can rely on the lithium batteries in the Powerwall to provide a reliable and long-lasting system.
How does the Tesla Powerwall function?
The equipment takes power from the grid or solar and stores it. This equipment can be programmed to turn off during peak electricity hours, thereby reducing your electric bills. This not only reduces your electric bill but also provides electricity for an outage. You may be wondering if you will need solar to pair this with the solar. No! It can be added to any system that you already have.
Is it easy to use the Powerwall?
The Powerwall is a very user-friendly piece of equipment. You can set it and forget about it if you choose. The system can be monitored 24/7 via your smartphone. This will allow you to reduce your electricity consumption and optimize your power usage.
What specifications are there?
The Powerwall packs a lot into a small package. The system has 13 kWh storage and can be discharged to 100% of its capacity. The system comes equipped with a 5kW inverter that produces 7kW peak power and can be used in temperatures ranging from -4degF up to 122degF. This is all contained in a package measuring 45.3″ x 29.6″ x 5.75″ and comes with a 10-year warranty. We are committed to providing the best products for our customers to help them get into the solar world. Are you worried that you won’t be able to afford it? Let’s discuss financing and find out what the numbers say. This should make financial sense to you, and we are open to having those conversations.