Tesla Powerwall Battery Storage
Sydney’s Best Battery Storage Prices
Blackouts are becoming more common. So how do you keep the power on during the storm?
That’s where we come in. Tesla Powerwall is a smart home battery that integrates with your existing solar system. We will help you backup the essentials in your home to help keep your family safe.
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The Price Of Tesla Powerwall In 2020
Protect Your Home From Blackouts & Eliminate Your Power Bills
The price on the Tesla Australia website is currently $10,000 for the battery and $1,700 for the supporting hardware. This price of $11,700 is just for equiptment and does not including installation.
Solaray is currently offering one of the cheapest installation services in Australia, including our full customer service package. Most other installers are charging $14000 to $15000 for the full installation, we are currently offering a full installation well below these prices.
Contact us today for more information and a personalised order form for an installation.
Tesla Powerwall has completely revolutionised the way Australian households use, store and manage their power, now making it possible to run your household on solar power 24 hours a day.
Solaray has lead the charge with Tesla’s rollout of one of the most exciting product to hit the market, becoming one of the largest installers in Australia, installing the Tesla Powerwall in both Greater Sydney and Melbourne.
This experience gives our customers the peace of mind that their installation is backed up with responsive technical support and customer service.
Tesla Powerwall enables solar households to further reduce their power bill and maximise self-consumption of solar power.
In fact, with a capacity of 13.5 kWh, a typical family home will be able to run all evening on stored solar power.
Tesla Powerwall comes with complete compatibility with any existing solar system and it can provide backup power for when the grid goes down.
Living Without Power Bills – Angela’s Story
Powering the home used to cost her $2400, but in the months after combining her solar panels with a new Tesla Powerwall home battery, her power bill has dropped to below $0. This means her power retailer is, in fact, giving her a credit every quarter for the energy she’s contributed back to the grid.
“My power bill used to be $600 per quarter, the last bill I got was a credit of $40. I’m sure the next bill will be even better since it’s summer.”
Angela’s Tesla Powerwall was installed at a good time, since power prices have continued to rise to record levels into 2020.
The even more remarkable fact is that Angela managed to reduce her power bill without cutting down on her electricity usage. In her living room when we talked to her, there was an air conditioner running and the standard home appliances were all running.
“Today, I did 2 dryer sessions and 3 washing sessions. I don’t skimp at all.”
Many Solaray Customers no longer pay power bills
We now have customers like Peter running their home on solar power 24/7, and paying quarterly power bills well under $100 a quarter:
“I am pleased to be able to say that the system has worked flawlessly since commissioning and has exceeded my expectations.
Our last monthly bill was $10.53 – the same bill in previous years was $198.79 and $163.67″
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How Solar Storage Reduces Your Power Bills
The price of lithium batteries continues to fall, making backup storage an affordable option for many households in Australia.
The feed-in tariff for selling excess solar power back to the grid is very low in many states of Australia. In Australia, we typically get a credit on our power bill of between around 10 and 12 cents a kWh. By storing this excess solar power in batteries, we can use it during the peak billing period where prices can be over 50 cents a kWh. This is known as maximising self-consumption of solar power and is a great way to reduce your power bill. Many Solaray customers are now running their home almost entirely on solar power!
Energy prices continue to rise. Even if you get a discount from your energy retailer, power prices in Australia are amounts the highest in the developed world, in some cases more than double the price for energy compared to nations such as Sweden and Finland. Nationally, prices are up more than 120% over the last 10 years, and this trend is expected to continue for the foreseeable future. By installing solar with battery storage you can lock in your power prices for the next 25 years by generating most of your own power using solar (Rolfe 2016).
Australia is still mainly powered by coal. Australian households are leading the world with our uptake of residential solar power with 1.5 million systems installed, however the same cannot be said for government and big business. Most of the power generated in Australia still comes from coal, and there is reluctance in Canberra to transition to renewables. The biggest vote we have as consumers is to lead the way, installing solar power with backup storage to run our homes almost entirely on solar power. By installing a 5kW system, we take around $50,000 off the books of the coal industry and directly invest in the growing renewables industry.
Solar storage systems include revolutionary energy management technology that automatically directs solar power into your home or to recharge your batteries. Online consumption monitoring allows you to monitor how much power you are using in the home as well as how much solar power your system is generating.
Exciting home automation is on the way, which will allow you to send excess solar power into appliances such as to automatically turn on the pool pumps, air conditioner or underfloor heating. All of this will be able to be controlled from a mobile phone, allowing you to take back control of your power consumption.
EV charging is around the corner. Installing a solar power system will allow you to charge your electric car from excess solar power, and it may even allow you to charge your home batteries from excess capacity in the car’s battery.
The power grid is struggling to generate enough capacity on hot days, causing highly-publicised and disruptive blackouts in SA and around Australia. By installing solar storage, you can continue to run essential appliances such as your freezer, the internet and perhaps a few lights.
Recent Solaray Installations Featuring Tesla Powerwall
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