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Tesla will start selling solar panels in wholesale stores

Tesla announced this week that in 2018 it will put its panels and other solar energy products on sale at Home Depot. After a year developing this technology, Tesla solar panels are already a reality and an alternative source to generate energy in homes. The products are already available on their website but to get them in the wholesale stores will still have to wait a few months.

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According to a report by Bloomberg, the US company will have a personalized area in 800 of the 2,200 Home Depot stores. In these spaces, you can buy much of Tesla’s solar products, such as Powerwall panels or batteries, with the exception of a few, such as the company’s famous sunroof.

The same report assures that Tesla is negotiating with other companies, such as Lowe’s, to also implement its solar energy products in its stores.

The same report assures that Tesla is negotiating with other companies, such as Lowe’s, to also implement its solar energy products in its stores.

With this strategy, the electric vehicle company led by Elon Musk plans to expand through different points of sale and thus approach the potential customers of their solar energy products. Some of its products, such as the Tesla sunroof, are very innovative, so it is necessary for the buyer to see the product firsthand.

 

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  1. “It’s clear that there is a huge opportunity for us in large-scale energy storage,” wrote Tesla. In addition to the South Australia project, Tesla has also built large battery farms on the Hawaiian island of Kauai, on the island of American Samoa, in Connecticut, and on multiple sites in California. This week Tesla said it managed to score another deal with South Australia to install up to 50,000 Powerwall batteries in homes, paired with rooftop solar panels. Tesla is also building kiosks at Home Depot and Lowe’s stores that would show off and sell the Powerwall, combined with solar panels. The energy storage business is valuable for Tesla in a variety of ways. It’s a way for Tesla to diversify outside of the consumer-driven business of selling cars, which can be a fickle market. It’s also a major growth market in its own right as utilities look to add more clean energy and reduce their reliability on coal and nuclear. Tesla said that in the fourth quarter of 2017 it deployed 143 megawatt-hours” worth of energy storage products, growing installations 45 percent from the same quarter the year before. The 129 megawatt-hours of energy storage built in South Australia last year will be recognized in the first quarter of 2018, Tesla said. While Tesla’s energy storage products are seeing significant growth, they appear to have relatively low margins for the time being. The combined gross margin for the division that comprises both solar and energy storage was 5.

  2. I just hate Tesla.

    I want to know why do people love Tesla a lot?

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