Creative Energies is a proud certified Tesla Powerwall installer in Utah, Wyoming, and Idaho. Powerwall charges by solar during the day when solar panels are producing more electricity than the home is consuming. Powerwall then stores that energy until the home needs it, such as when solar is no longer producing at night, or when the utility grid is offline during a power outage.
Adding battery backup to your solar system with the Tesla Powerwall also qualifies for tax credits.
What is a self-powered home?
A self-powered home combines solar energy and Powerwall to independently power your home day and night. During the day, solar panels may produce more energy than your home uses. Tesla Powerwall stores that excess solar energy and makes it available on-demand, even after the sun has set. Through the Tesla app, you will have full visibility into your self-powered home.
Contact us at 866.332.3410 or info@CEsolar.com and we will help you go #SolarForGood with Tesla Powerwall.
Tesla Powerwall Powers Your Home With Solar Backup Battery
The Telsa Powerwall is a compact home battery for your solar system that offers backup power during outages or when the sun isn't shining. Solar with batteries like the Powerwall reduces reliance on the grid by storing solar energy. The Powerewall is a solar battery system that provides backup protection when the grid goes down. The Powerwall Tesla system detects outages and automatically recharges with sunlight. Solar with battery provides energy independence and security.
Creative Energies is a Tesla Powerwall installer in Utah, Wyoming, and Idaho.
How does a Tesla Powerwall work during an outage?
Powerwall can detect an outage, disconnect from the grid, and automatically restore power to your home in a fraction of a second. You will not even notice that the power went out. Your lights and appliances will continue to run without interruption. If you have solar and Powerwall, then solar energy will continue to power your home and recharge Powerwall. Without Powerwall, solar will shut down during an outage.