In North America, we are pretty fortunate to have a consistent energy supply. But what happens when the power does go out? An example that comes to mind are the recent outages in Saskatchewan back in December. Up to 200,000 people were left in the dark for an extended period of time. Without the ability to power lights, appliances and such many residents and businesses incurred additional expense due to the outage, not to mention lost business and the major inconvenience.
SkyFire has been Tesla Powerwall Certified Installer for a while now and this recent outage brought to mind the value of this product. With the use of the Tesla Powerwall, you can self-power your home in combination with solar energy. The solar panels produce energy while the sun is shining with the excess being stored in the Powerwall for use in the evening or when the need arises.
The Tesla Powerwall can detect a power outage and automatically restore power to your home in a fraction of a second. Your lights and appliances will continue to run without interruption and the great things are you will not even notice that the power went out. The installation cost could be covered in one emergency instance.
As with solar design and installation, there are a number of factors to understand when considering the installation of Tesla Powerwalls at your home or business. If you are interested in learning more about this option our Solar Specialists would be happy to answer your questions.
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