Want to buy and store cheaper electricity?

Fed up with power cuts?

Want to work reliably from home?

Carter Electrical are proud to announce that they have been approved as an installer of Tesla Powerwall 2 batteries.

Tesla are well known for their electric cars and, after last week, the launch of SpaceX. What is lesser known is that Tesla have become a leading supplier in the UK of batteries to homes, offices, shops, and industrial units.

The advantages of employing Carter Electrical to install a Tesla Powerwall in your premises are many fold but the key points are:

  • Store power when it’s cheaper and release when electricity is expensive.
  • Have power back up when you experience a power cut.
  • Charge your electric car more cost effectively
  • The ability to sell stored power back to the grid.
  • Store power from your solar panels if you have them fitted.
  • Potential to become a self-powered home with a Powerwall 2 battery and PV panels both fitted.
  • Manage everything from the Tesla App.

With a 13.5 kWh Tesla Powerwall 2 Battery costing around £7,200 plus VAT estimates on payback range from 7 to 13 years depending on your tariff. As an approved Tesla Powerwall supplier Carter Electrical would be delighted to quote you to install the appropriate battery and accessories to your home, office or workspace.  Reading based Carter Electrical cover Berkshire, South Oxfordshire, North Hampshire and Surrey.

Tesla quote on their website ”A self-powered home combines solar energy and Powerwall to independently power your home day and night. During the day, solar panels can produce more energy than your home uses. Powerwall 2 stores this excess solar energy and makes it available on demand, even after the sun has set. Through the Tesla app, you will have full visibility into your self-powered home.”

Regarding all too frequent power cuts Tesla say “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 devices powered up.”