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Friday, May 1, 2015

Tesla's move to build batteries for homes and businesses could revolutionize energy usage



Elon Musk's Telsa has unveiled it's new development; large-scale batteries which can store electricity for use during power failures and from solar energy sources during non-daylight hours.

In Ontario, where energy prices are exorbitant, and power failures are frequent, due to policies from an incompetent provincial government, Tesla's technology could revolutionize the way electricity is stored and distributed. The potential result could be enormous savings and reductions in power grid use by businesses and consumers.

1 comment:

Tamarack said...

Actually, the Musk battery technology is neither new nor cheap--and the main advantage of Li-Ion technology, its light weight, is irrelevant to this application. Several other vendors are selling better alternatives. Have a look at some of the critiques over at WattsUpWithThat.