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Tesla Powerwall Installation In San Diego County

Jamar Power Systems are trained and certified installers of Tesla Powerwall energy storage systems.

Jamar Power Systems can take care of all your Tesla Powerwall needs, including system design, financing, permitting, installation, and customer service.

Tesla Powerwall 2 is the latest model being installed.

Benefits of Tesla Powerwall 2:

  • Store low-cost off-peak utility power and use later during high-peak hours to save money.
  • Charge your electric vehicle.
  • Backup power in case of power outages – can automatically support critical electric loads during utility power outages.
  • The Tesla app allows you to monitor energy storage, usage rates, peak times, and more. Instant alerts and remote access will enable you to control your system from anywhere.
  • Manual or automatic switching from grid power to battery backup and vice-versa.
  • Time-controlled settings to use Powerwall during peak energy times to lower costs (if applicable).
  • Energy capacity of 13.5 kWh, providing 7kWh of peak power, or a 5kWh continuous power rate (which is about half the average home’s daily usage). Additional capacity is available by stacking multiple Powerwalls.
Tesla Powerwall Logo

What is a Tesla Powerwall?

Powerwall is an energy storage system for homes that use lithium-ion batteries to provide emergency backup electricity during electric utility power outages. 

It also stores low-cost off-peak utility or solar electric power that can be used to save money during on-peak, high-cost electric utility hours.

Tesla Powerwall provides Back Up Power

Can you install your own Tesla Powerwall?

No, Tesla reserves the right to install Powerwall for accredited and certified Tesla Installers. Jamar Power Systems is a San Diego area trained and certified Tesla Powerwall installer.

Tesla Powerwall is Weather Proof

Can Tesla Powerwall be installed outside?

Yes, Powerwall can be installed indoors or out, on a wall or the ground. Multiple units can be stacked.

The system is sleek and stylish enough to be installed on the exterior of your home.

It comes with a rustproof, water-resistant cover, and temperature ratings from -20 to 122 degrees Fahrenheit.

Note that optimal performance is achieved when the system is installed in an area that stays between 0 and 86 degrees Fahrenheit. 

Dimensions of each unit are 44″ L x 29″ W x 5.5″ D. Each unit weighs 276 lbs.

Powerwall is child and pet-friendly with no exposed wires or hot vents.

tesla powerwall app

Does Tesla Powerwall need an Internet connection?

Yes, Powerwall requires an Internet connection or a cellular connection to receive software updates and communicate with the Tesla mobile app for energy monitoring.

Tesla Powerwall has 10 year warranty

How long does Powerwall last?

Powerwall comes with a ten (10) year warranty against defects and guarantees a minimum of seventy percent (70%) capacity at the end of ten years after installation.

For more warranty details, click to download the Tesla Powerwall 2 warranty.

How much is Tesla Powerwall?

A single Powerwall costs approximately $12,000 fully installed.

That cost is then eligible for a 26% percent federal tax credit (if installed by 12/31/2020) as well as potential rebates through the state of California Self Generated Incentive Program (SGIP) program.

Tesla Powerwall with Solar Panels

Do I need a solar energy system to have Tesla Powerwall?

No, a solar power system is not required.

You can charge Powerwall with low-cost, off-peak electric utility power.

A solar electric system allows Powerwall to be recharged during the day without the need for the electric utility company. 

How many Powerwalls do I need?

Each household’s electric usage is different and needs to be analyzed, but here are some general guidelines:

One Powerwall

One Powerwall can power the following devices with backup power for slightly more than one day without recharge:

  • Lights
  • Electrical outlets
  • Refrigerator
  • Small appliances
  • WiFi
  • Phone charging
Two Powerwalls

Two Powerwalls can power the following devices with backup power for slightly more than one day without recharge:

  • Lights
  • Electrical outlets
  • Refrigerator
  • Small appliances
  • WiFi
  • Phone charging
  • Central air conditioner
  • Electrical range/stove/oven
  • Water well pump
  • Tesla Electric Vehicle (EV) charging
  • Pool equipment
Three Powerwalls

Three Powerwalls can power the following devices with backup power for slightly more than one day without recharge:

  • Lights
  • Electrical outlets
  • Small appliances
  • WiFi
  • Phone charging
  • Central air conditioner
  • Electrical range/stove/oven
  • Water well pump
  • Electric vehicle (EV) charging
  • Electric dryer
  • Electric dishwasher
  • Electric water heater
  • Pool equipment

Note: if you have a solar energy system that recharges Powerwall, you may be able to continue the daily use of the above electric load examples.

For more information on what can be powered using one or more Powerwalls, see the Tesla Powerwall website.

Federal Government Incentives:

A 26% federal income tax credit is available to qualified homeowners who install by December 31, 2020.

That tax credit is reduced to 22% for systems installed between January 1, 2021, and December 31, 2021.

State of California Incentives:

The CA Self Generated Incentive Program (SGIP) provides rebates for solar energy storage systems, including the Tesla Powerwall.

SGIP rebates can cover between 25 to 100% of the system and installation costs.

SGIP rebates are limited in availability and must meet specified qualifications.

For more information about California’s SGIP program, see our article on solar energy storage systems.

Download the Tesla Powerwall consumer brochure.

Schedule an appointment today to discuss if the Tesla Powerwall is the right solution for your home.

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