Tesla Ready to Rent Residential Rooftop Solar Arrays (Ind. Report)
Tesla announced through a series of tweets byTesla CEO Elon Musk, using social media as his messenger, has re-launched its Tesla Solar business by offering "cookie-cutter" solar systems to rent
in Arizona, California, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey and New Mexico.
The rental options range from roughly $65 to $195 per month the following sized unites:
Small -- 3.8 kW, ideal for a 1,000- to 2,000-sq-ft home;
Medium -- 7.6 kW, ideal for a 2,000- to 3,000-sq-ft home; and
Large -- 11.4 kW, ideal for a 3,000+-sq-ft home.
There is no upfront installation cost, no long-term contract, and the monthly rental payment can be canceled at any time. If homeowners want to remove the rented solar system, it will cost $1,500. There is no specification of what happens to the system if homeowners don't want to remove it but also don't want to pay the monthly rental fee. A Powerwall battery unit is not included but can be purchased -- not rented -- separately.
(Source: Tesla, Various Social Media, Aug., 2019) Contact: Tesla, www.tesla.com/solar
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Tesla, SolarCity Slashing Solar Panel Prices 38 pct (Ind. Report)
Following a reported Q1 slide in solar installations, SolarCity owner Tesla Inc reports it is selling solar panels and related equipment online for up to 38 pct below the national average price, according to New York Times coverage.
Tesla acquired SolarCity in 2016 for $2.6 billion and planned to offer solar panels and home battery storage systems to consumers through its retail stores and online. In 2018, Tesla cut prices on its residential solar systems. The company's ballyhooed and long awaited solar roof tiles that unveiled in late 2016 have not yet been produced on a commercial scale.
(Source: Tesla, NY Times, 29 April, 2019)
Contact: Tesla, www.teslamotors.com; SolarCity Corp., (650) 638-1028, www.solarcity.com
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Tesla Solar Roof Production Date Delayed to 2019 (Ind. Report)
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has announced the planned ramping up of the company's home solar roof product that uses solar cell embedded glass roof glass tiles to generate electricity.
The company began taking orders for the product in 2017 on the assumption the mass production would start that summer. Mass production has now been rescheduled for the summer of 2019, according to Musk's announcement.
According to Tesla, the solar roof product is expected to cost $21.85 per square foot for a 3,000-square-foot roof. (Source: Tesla, C/MET, 25 Oct., 2018)Contact: Tesla Solar, www.tesla.com/en_CA/solarroof
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Tesla Solar Products Coming to Retailer Home Depots (Ind. Report)
Beginning this July, this year, 800 of retailing giant Home Depot's more than 2,200 stores will feature Tesla solar panels, rooftop solar systems, and Powerwall storage batteries. Tesla will set up and staff the in store displays. Tesla's rooftop solar system sells for roughly $10,000 to $25,000,and the Powerwall energy storage battery gors for approximately, according to the company's website. $7,000.
(Source: Tesla, CleanTechnica, 1 Feb., 2018)
Contact: Tesla Powerwall, www.teslamotors.com
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