Northeast Generator is proud to be one of the few companies in our region to offer the Tesla Powerwall battery system. With a specially designed battery, you can store energy throughout the day, saving that power for peak demand and nighttime energy use. Tesla’s Powerwall can be used with or without solar and is compatible with all generators.
The Tesla Powerwall is one of the most advanced residential energy storage and backup power systems in the world. Powerwall detects grid outages and automatically becomes your home’s main energy source. Protect your home from the next power outage and keep your lights on, phones charged, and no puddles under the fridge.
To access more storage capacity, multiple Powerwalls may be installed in a parallel fashion. Inverters have been installed atop the battery allowing the power to toggle between AC and DC stored power, allowing it to support large power draws.
Powerwall integrated with solar to store excess energy generated throughout the day and makes it available when you need it, minimizing reliance on the grid.
Powerwall allows for your home to always remain powered, even when solar isn’t available.
Tesla’s Powerwall is compatible with the same Tesla app used for their cars and other products. Through the app, you can:
Powerwall can be programmed to charge itself depending on the time of day. Many utility companies change their prices throughout the day. Powerwall can be set in Time-Based Control to maximize the savings. Powerwall learns patterns in your energy usage and solar generator (if applicable) to avoid purchasing high-cost electricity.
With the installation of a new Powerwall system, you may qualify for numerous state and federal tax credits and rebates. Powerwall installers may also qualify for additional credits from their utility company.
Energy consumptions can vary day to day. If your solar system and Powerwall generate more energy than you consume, the system will send that energy back to the grid. When energy is sent back to the grid, you will receive credits on your electric bill or a check from the utility companies for the energy you provided them.