Tesla Tiny House is Coming to Berry and Bowral!
Join us to learn all about what it takes to run a fully sustainable house powered by 100% renewable energy when the Tesla Tiny House makes it’s way to Bowral and Berry, New South Wales as part of a national tour.
The Tesla Tiny House is powered by 100 percent renewable energy via a 2kW solar system and Powerwall. Tesla Tiny House Product Specialists will be on hand to explain how your home can generate clean energy from the sun using solar panels, store it in Powerwall to use through the day and night, and how it can all be monitored and controlled by the Tesla App. The Tesla Tiny House is being towed around the country by a Tesla Model X and is built from “locally sourced, chemical-free, sustainable timber.” It’s powered by a 2kW, 6-panel system that’s backed up by Powerwall.
Local business owner and event organiser, Matt Simms says “With high power prices there is huge amount of interest from the local community by people wanting to take control of their energy costs and to ensure reliable power to their homes, the Tesla Tiny House is an opportunity for the community to learn how to generate, use and store power. ” Says Matt Simms, Simmark.
This is a FREE EVENT for the whole community to have a one-on-one educational experience on how to integrate Powerwall and solar to seamlessly power an entire home 24/7, allowing home owners to gain control and understanding of their power use.
The house will be open to the public at:
Silos Estate Winery, Berry on Tuesday 21st November from 4pm – 7pm
Bradman Oval Bowral on Wednesday 22nd of November from 4pm-7pm
For more details go to www.tesla.com/en_AU/teslatinyhouse
Tesla Tiny House specifications:
Weight – 2 tonnes
Dimensions – 6m x 2.2m x 4m
Solar generation – 2kW PV system of 6 panels
Solar storage – 1 x Tesla Powerwall
Exterior – Clad in locally sourced, chemical-free, sustainable timber
About Tesla Powerwall
Tesla Powerwall is a rechargeable lithium-ion battery designed to enable self-consumption of solar power and reduce reliance on the grid, as well as for full home backup, load shifting and other grid service applications. It is the second generation of Tesla’s original Powerwall product, which was first introduced to customers in 2015.
Powerwall 2 consists of a 14 kWh lithium-ion battery pack, liquid thermal control system to operate at temperatures ranging from -10 to 50+ degrees, an integrated inverter and software that intelligently dispatches electricity when it’s needed most. Up to ten Powerwall’s can be stacked to accommodate any sized home which mounts seamlessly on a wall or on the ground, indoors or outdoors, and is integrated with the grid to export excess energy, maximising the opportunity for economic benefit.