Tesla Powerwall2023-12-19T08:48:47-06:00

Tesla Powerwall

Tesla Powerwalls for Homes and Businesses

The Tesla Powerwall is a battery unit that provides energy storage for solar power, timed controls, and backup power sources. It provides a more streamlined connection to any property. Its sleek, one-of-a-kind design allows it to be installed easily while still providing full energy efficiency. As a Tesla Certified Installer, Good Faith Energy can help you add a Tesla Powerwall and Solar Roof to your home.

With a Tesla Powerwall system, you’re able to monitor your energy production, consumption, battery state of charge, and interaction with the grid in real-time, all through your Tesla App. Above all, you’ll gain energy security, peace of mind, asset protection, and business continuity.

Looking for something even more powerful? Consider the Powerwall+, an AC battery system with solar integration. With improved surge power capability, Powerwall+ brings whole home backup in a smaller package. Good Faith Energy is now accepting Tesla Powerwall+ orders and is ready to deliver these amazing batteries to your home or business.

Call us today to schedule an installation appointment! We serve the communities of Austin, Texas and the entire DallasFort Worth Metroplex, including Farmers Branch, TX; Irving, TX; Royse City, TX; Plano, TX; Rockwall, TX; and Frisco, TX. We are proud to be a top-rated Tesla Powerwall installer on Google, Yelp, and Facebook.

Specifications of Tesla Powerwall+

  • Integrated battery, solar inverter (7.6KW), and system controller for a more compact install
  • Energy Capacity: 13.5 kWh
  • Peak Power Rating: 7.6KW Continuous Power Rating: 5.8 KW (On-Grid)
  • Dimensions: 62.8” x 29.7” x 6.3”

Specifications of Tesla Powerwall

  • Energy Capacity: 13.5 kWh
  • Peak Power Rating: 7 KW Continuous Power Rating: 5 KW (On-Grid)
  • Dimensions: 45.3” x 29.6” x 5.75”

Frequently Asked Questions About Tesla Powerwall

Solar energy is becoming an increasingly popular source of renewable energy for residential and commercial properties alike.

The average home with one 200 amp electrical panel will need at least two Powerwalls, and if the consumption for that one panel is high, it is recommended to get three Powerwalls.

Yes, a Tesla Powerwall can run an air conditioner, depending on whether you have partial or whole-home backup and what circuits you choose to be backed up by your battery at the time of installation.

The Powerwall is charged 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.

A single Powerwall can store and provide up to 13.5 kWh of electricity. If you have one Powerwall, you can cover lights, emergency circuits, and outlets. If you need to power larger appliances consuming more power, you will need at least 2 to 3 Powerwalls with higher storage capacity.

The Backup Switch is a device that detects outages in the grid and disconnects solar power from it to provide backup power. It also functions as a site meter. The Backup Switch can be installed on whole-home backup systems, but some utilities may not approve it.

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