Tesla has always been the headline maker for electric car innovation, but that is not the only industry that Tesla is actively working on. There hasn’t been much news lately about their push for utilization of renewable energy, which can lead to people thinking that Tesla has left that branch of their business behind. But as it turns out, that couldn’t be more wrong.
Earlier in May, Tesla applied for an electric service license in the United Kingdom, taking their renewable energy game to a more global scale. And just recently got the approval. We also haven’t heard much of their newly-developed software, Autobidder, which has been operational for a while now. Consumers are able to freely specify their electricity needs, and private providers can basically have a virtual bidding war, which greatly benefits the consumer because of the lowered prices, and efficiently distributes energy services to customers.
Tesla has not faltered in working towards realizing its vision to provide solar-based energy to the world, and for good reason. With this adversity that the world is facing, economic analysts say there may be a need for a “new energy order.” One that is more stable and reliable.
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Tesla continues the innovation with the Powerwall battery that is proven integral in stabilizing solar energy usage. Powerwall gathers and stores energy either from the grid or from the sun, and makes that energy usable for when a source isn’t available or one prefers not to rely on it.
Elon Musk has proclaimed Tesla Energy to be a globally-distributed utility, much to the extent that it could potentially surpass the success of its sibling, the automotive industry. Many times has the CEO proven that whatever he declares, is almost always brought to reality.