Your North Texas Neighbors Are Implementing State of the Art Energy Storage Systems

So Can You, Thanks to Good Faith Energy, Your Dallas-Fort Worth Certified Tesla Powerwall Installers!

Good Faith Energy technicians are certified installers for the Tesla Powerwall. Our team at GFE is building a portfolio of personalized Tesla Powerwalls installed at both businesses and residential properties. The Tesla Powerwall is a battery system that turns your solar panels into an all-day resource – increasing self-consumption of solar – while also offering backup in the event of an outage. Powerwall enables more of your home’s electricity use to come from solar, which enhances solar functionality and reduces energy costs.

 

Good Faith Energy Tesla Powerwall Project Updates: April 2018

1. STO 18-02 Date: 3/23/18 
Address: Grand Prairie, Texas

2. STO 18-03
Date: 3/15/18
Address: Mabank, TX, 75156

3. STO 18-04 
Date: 2/21/18
Address: Mockingbird Lane Dallas, Texas

What is the Tesla Powerwall?

The Tesla Powerwall is a home energy storage system for private household and small-scale businesses. Being a market leader in USA, Tesla is growing rapidly in energy storage markets. The PowerWall is the centerpiece in Tesla’s package of products and supply the power from renewable energies.

One can use solar energy at night, harvest cheaper energy to use later, never worry about lights going out and gain energy autonomy. The Tesla Powerwall is a complete system – ready for connection. In contrast to most other battery systems in the market the Tesla Powerwall components are built into a single high-quality casing and perfectly attuned to each other – thereby ensuring maximum longevity and the highest quality with a small footprint. With or without solar, we also recommend the number of Powerwalls you need to ensure at least 24 hours of power during a utility grid outage.

How Much Does It Cost?

Once you place your reservation, a Tesla energy specialist will reach out to you to discuss your intended energy storage project. Your final design and pricing will be based on your home energy usage, number of Powerwall’s that you intend to purchase, and where you’d like your Powerwall installed.

Resources: Powerwall 2 Flyer

CostItem
$5,500Powerwall
$700Hardware
$6,200Total Equipment
$2000-$5,000*Installation
$8,200-$11,200Total Cost

 

*Depending on the size of system energy usage.

How Can I Order a Tesla Powerwall?

  1. Order from Tesla at https://www.tesla.com/powerwall?redirect=no#design
  2. Choose Good Faith Energy as your installer using Dallas-Fort Worth zip codes.
  3. If you have questions, contact us directly, or contact energyproductsmarketing@tesla.com

 

 

Other Tesla Product Offerings By Good Faith Energy

Good Faith Energy is also certified in Tesla’s hole electrical vehicle “EV Home Charging Program”. Enjoy peace of mind with our 4-year workmanship warranty provided on all electric work. Our technicians will work to ensure that your electric vehicle compliments your smart home, which incorporates solar + storage!

Learn more here: https://goodfaithenergy.com/ev-charging/ 

About Good Faith Energy

As a top-rated solar service provider, it’s our goal to design a custom, affordable system for your home or business. Our experienced project delivery team will work diligently to secure your incentive funds from local utilities and get you the best deal available. Incentives for residential solar photovoltaic systems can depend on size, azimuth, and the intended energy production for your installed system.

As your selected service provider, our team will help calculate incentives for your system, work on landing you the best financing terms, and install a top-quality solar system for your property- all under one roof! We can answer any of your questions, address your concerns or even come out for a free consultation. If you’re looking to learn more about how much money going solar could save you, contact us at 469-629-7533 for more information.

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Good Faith Energy is a Top Solar Installer in North Texas!

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By | 2018-04-21T22:19:30+00:00 April 19th, 2018|Educational Blog, New Technologies, Smart Home, Tesla|Comments Off on Tesla Powerwall Project Updates 2018
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