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100% Self-Generated | 0% Grid-Powered

Battery storage is a dream come true for homeowners, who want to keep the solar power generated. The technology enables homes to store and use electricity at controlled times, even during peak hours and outages. Batteries are a great way to safely maximize the savings from existing solar power systems.

For homeowners who are still dependent on the grid, installing a Tesla Powerwall will help manage your power usage throughout the day and night. Harvesting lower-cost, cleaner energy (if you have solar), when TOU prices are lowest, and store it for use when the rates are higher, this is known as "peak shaving." Not only does the battery save thousands of dollars as a long-term investment, but it also stores solar power and provides a seamless electricity backup when you need it most.


Say goodbye to peak rates, power outages, and 12-hour Public Safety Power Shutdowns. Gain control of your power and achieve grid liberation now with your Powerwall(s). If you want to store more power, then stack up to 10 batteries! Trust us, it's worth it.

*Note: Installation times may vary depending on jurisdictions and permitting processing times during COVID-19 circumstances.

It’s PG&E/utility power shutdown season.


With extreme weather conditions underway, prepare for outages and reduce your reliance on the grid with the home battery, Tesla Powerwall. Here are a few benefits:

  • Stores energy, powering your home

  • Protects your family from power outages

  • Use stored energy to power your home during an outage

  • Recharge with clean energy when paired with solar

  • Keep appliances running without interruption

  • With the Tesla app, you can monitor your home’s energy production and consumption in real-time

  • Child and pet friendly with no exposed wires or hot vents

  • 10x - Stack up to 10 Powerwalls together to meet your needs

  • Water-resistant and tough for all water conditions

  • Easy installation, compact, all-in-one construction for mounting indoor or outdoor



Tesla Powerwall is a fully-integrated AC battery system for residential or light commercial use. Its rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack provides energy storage for solar self-consumption, time-based control and backup. Powerwall's electrical interface provides a simple connection to any home or building.

It's revolutionary compact designs achieves market-leading energy density and is easy to install, enabling owners to quickly realize the benefits of reliable, clean power.

  • Able to load surplus energy

  • Load shifting

  • Back-up power

  • Increasing self-consumption



Usable Capacity                        

13.5 kWh 

Depth of Discharge



90% round-trip


7kW peak / 5kW continuous

Supported Applications

Solar self-consumptionBack-up

powerTime-Based control

Off-grid capabilities

(coming soon)


Up to 10 Powerwalls

Operating Temperature

-4°F to 122°F / -20°C to 50°C


L x W x D: 45.3" x 29.6" x 5.75"

(1150 mm x 753 mm x 147 mm)


251.3 lbs / 114 kg


Floor or wall mounted Indoor or outdoor


North American and International Standards Grid code compliant



One of the more popular home energy storage systems that may qualify. for the Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) is the Tesla Powerwall. The technology enables you to store excess energy produced by solar panel systems and can be used to power a home later on, specifically when solar panels are not producing electricity or during an outage.

SGIP offers equity resiliency applicants a rebate of $1 per watt-hour of battery storage installed. A Powerwall battery holds 13.5-kilowatt hours (kWh). As such, those who qualify for SGIP’s equity resiliency program could be eligible for a rebate of up to $13,500. However, depending on the market cost of the system, you may get a rebate equal to the system cost.


The Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) provides financial incentives for the installation of new qualifying technologies that are installed to meet all or a portion of the electric energy needs of a facility. The purpose of the SGIP is to contribute to Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emission reductions, demand reductions and reduced customer electricity purchases, resulting in the electric system reliability through improved transmission and distribution system utilization; as well as market transformation for distributed energy resource (DER) technologies.

This handbook establishes the policies and procedures of the SGIP for potential program participants and other interested parties. The SGIP has been approved by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) and is subject to change in whole or in part at any time without prior notice. Any changes made to the SGIP will be published in revisions to this Handbook and/or posted at each Program Administrator’s (PA’s) website. The Program Administrators are Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E), Southern California Edison (SCE), the Southern California Gas Company (SoCal Gas) and the Center for Sustainable Energy® (CSE).2

Eligibility for the Equity Resiliency Budget

Residential customers are eligible for the Equity Resiliency Budget if they meet each of the following:

  1. Are located in a Tier 3 or Tier 2 HFTD36 or were subject to two or more discrete PSPS events prior to the date of application for SGIP incentives, and

  2. Are one of the following:

  • Eligible for the SGIP Equity Budget; or

  • Medical Baseline customer; or

  • A customer that has notified their utility of serious illness or condition that could become life-threatening if electricity is disconnected; or

  • Rely on electric pump wells for water supplies

Please refer to for the most up-to-date information on current incentive steps, rates, and available funds.


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