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Here’s what to consider

When considering your Tesla Powerwall 2 Prices you should:

  1. Choose a strong brand that can fulfil and make good on their warranty claims and product support in 10 years’ time.
  2. Check on solar offer, interest-free loans, government incentives and rebates
  3. Select a good and trusted battery installer who is experienced and knows the complexity of battery technology. You should be wary of energy storage because a bad home battery setup can significantly affect your battery system.

Natural Solar installed the world’s very first Tesla Powerwall back in January of 2016 in Sydney. This became a defining moment in Australia’s solar battery boom. Natural Solar is the largest installer of solar batteries in Australia. So we are the natural choice for home solar and battery needs to Australian households.

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Is Tesla Powerwall 2 price worth it? Will it reduce my energy bill? What can I save?

Energy independence, cost saving, and environmental consciousness are at the forefront of every homeowner’s mind. Tesla Powerwall emerges as a game-changing innovation. Imagine harnessing the power of the sun and seamlessly integrating it into your daily life. From optimising your solar energy usage to providing backup power during outages, Tesla Powerwall is redefining how we consume energy.

But considering Tesla Powerwall 2 prices, is it still worth it? The answer is a resounding yes, and we’re going to show you why.

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Answers to Popular Questions
About Tesla Powerwall 2 Prices

1. We’ll always give you the best price.

Natural Solar are offering Tesla Powerwall 2 prices at the lowest costs we can find around Australia.

2. All our quotes take into account government rebates.

People always ask us about government rebates and programs. There are numerous programs available across Australia for home battery installations. For example, Solar Victoria currently has an $8800 interest-free loan available, ACT currently has a $15,000 interest free loan available. Various councils also offer small rebates such as (insert link Randwick council among others.

Natural Solar has partnered with Electricity Retailers to provide you with the best return on investment. Virtual Power Plant rebates or bill credits accomplish this.

The Tesla Powerwall is a helpful product. It saves you money by storing extra solar energy for use at night. Additionally, it offers other benefits for your home.

Remember, the prices our team at Natural Solar quotes are usually after available rebates or programs.

3. You can sell excess stored power from Tesla Powerwall 2 to the grid.

Indeed, it’s entirely possible to sell your surplus energy back to the grid when utilizing a Tesla Powerwall. Cheers!

Virtual power plant Electricity Retail offers can help you save on electricity. They provide high feed-in tariffs up to 15c/kWh. However, this option may not be suitable for everyone.

Feed-in tariffs are decreasing nationwide, with some now below 5c/kWh, which is very low and doesn’t help your solar investment.

Capture your extra solar power at home by adding a stylish Tesla Powerwall battery to your energy system. Why not save the electricity in your battery instead of selling it to the grid for 5c/kWh? You can then use it when buying power from the grid is 50c/kWh!

4. Finance is available for all our systems.

We negotiated with many financial companies and got the lowest interest rate of 6.12%. The loans will be payable monthly for 1-5 years.

Some home loan providers offer attractive Green Loan options, like Commonwealth Banks Green Loans. These loans have a low interest rate of 2.99%, can go up to $20,000, and have a term of 10 years.

Tesla Powerwall 2 Prices can save you
anywhere between $1500 to $3000 per year.

A system of 5kWp with Tesla Powerwall could potentially save you from $1500 to $3000 annually. The amount of money you can save with Tesla Powerwall depends on several factors. These factors include where you live, the cost of electricity, whether you have solar power, and other considerations.

We hope this resolves any uncertainties you may have regarding the expenses associated with investing in Tesla Powerwall. For more questions, go to our Tesla Powerwall page or contact us at Natural Solar whenever you want. We’re always ready to address any further questions you may have.

Protect your wallet with Tesla Powerwall 2 prices

While the price of coal and gas surge, solar prices go the other way. Here’s why.

  1. Solar supply chains have stabilized: While Covid-19 threw much of the world’s economy out of alignment, things have largely returned to normal in the solar supply chain. Many of the materials backlogs have cleared – from the chips used in solar inverters to materials like EVA (which keeps water out of a solar module), driving down solar system prices for installers and homeowners.
  2. Raw materials are getting cheaper: The solar industry has been facing high raw materials over the last 12 to 18 months, particularly key ingredient polysilicon. Polysilicon prices were up around $40/kg in mid-2022, but have since halved to around $20/kg in January 2023. Analysts BloombergNEF expect prices to keep falling toward the 15/kg mark. The polysilicon price is generally the key driver in solar panel prices, so things are looking good for cheaper rooftop solar systems.
  3. Battery makers are bulking up: With demand rising fast, the manufacturers of solar batteries are building new factories like never before. At its Investor Day event in early March, EV and Powerwall battery maker Tesla demonstrated how quickly it can bring new factories online ­– its new factory in Shanghai took a little over 9 months to construct and ramp up. Tesla also reported a four-fifths reduction in the amount of factory space needed to build batteries. And the company is even going to start producing its own lithium at a new facility in Texas. Expected to be operational within 12 months, the new Tesla lithium refinery won’t be alone for long. Tesla announced plans for a cathode manufacturing facility next door. With this kind of speed, efficiency, and now vertical integration, the result is lower Tesla battery costs.
  4. Less battery competition from EVs: While the number of EVs being sold increased from 300,000 in February 2021 to 600,000 in February 2022, there has been steep short-term decline in sales. Analysts Rystad Energy report that around 670,000 EVs were sold in January 2023, almost half the month previous. This means that in the short term more lithium-ion batteries will be available for solar batteries – further driving down residential battery prices.

The result is a rather compelling picture. While electricity prices for homeowners are hitting new highs, the costs for solar and batteries are heading in exactly the opposite direction.

There truly has never been a better time to install a solar system on your home, and now the economics of adding a battery to your system is on your side. And when the big bills come to those who didn’t take this golden opportunity, you’ll be laughing through the night under solar-powered lights.

Already have an existing solar system?

Why you should combine solar panels with your own Tesla Powerwall 2 storage system.

  1. Energy independence: Investing in home solar systems offers freedom from energy companies and their bills.  Achieving true energy independence requires more than just solar panels. Solar energy covers daytime usage and may yield grid export benefits. Combining panels with storage systems like Tesla Powerwall 2 is crucial for enhanced energy self-reliance and reduced bills.
  2. Blackout protection: Power outages, stemming from natural events and outdated infrastructure, disrupt daily life and work. Beyond inconveniences like missing events or food spoilage, blackouts pose real threats, especially for remote work. Grid-tied solar systems also go down during outages. Yet, a solar-plus-Tesla Powerwall setup offers blackout protection. It swiftly disconnects from the grid to maintain energy independence through an isolated microgrid which ensures uninterrupted power and efficient appliance prioritization.
  3. Get the most out of your solar panels. Combining residential solar with home storage offers increased self-consumption which is valuable as solar incentives decline in Australia. With rising evening electricity costs and potential grid charges, adding a Tesla Powerwall to your solar setup gains appeal. Excess solar energy can be stored and used at night.  This optimises consumption which reduces waste, cuts bills, and lowers your carbon footprint.
  4. EV Charging and V2G capability: Australia is catching up with electric vehicle (EV) adoption, aligning with the growth of residential batteries. Despite EVs’ higher electricity demand, a suitably sized solar-plus-storage setup can effectively charge EVs without relying heavily on the grid, except during low-price periods. This approach not only cuts rising petrol costs but also addresses a significant carbon footprint aspect—transport emissions.

Looking for a better energy deal?
Panels and batteries are the only sure-fire way.

Given the present configuration of the electricity market, many consumers who rely solely on energy retailers find themselves unable to exercise control over their electricity expenses and prevent unjustified price hikes. While attempting to scout for better deals is an option, and some state governments are actively promoting this approach, the availability of electricity retail offers remains quite limited.

However, if you invest in a top-tier rooftop solar system including a Tesla Powerwall 2 for your home today, you can shield yourself from price surges for the entire 20-plus-year operational lifespan of the system. By maximizing your roof’s capacity, electrifying your heating and cooktops, and venturing into electric vehicles, you can assume command over your energy supply and safeguard yourself against the energy consequences of international conflicts and outdated market regulations.

There’s an added benefit: by installing rooftop photovoltaics (PV) and integrating a residential solar battery, you become a vital component of the solution, pushing prices lower for your neighbors and the community in the long run.

In its most recent report, the regulatory body, the AER, highlighted that record-breaking levels of solar electricity generation were instrumental in reducing wholesale prices. It revealed that solar power’s contribution to Australia’s energy grid escalated by 22% during the first quarter of 2023 compared to the previous year, and by 11% from the fourth quarter of 2022, which was already a historic high.

The AER report also underscored the remarkable output from rooftop solar installations, noting, “Due to this robust solar output, the first quarter of 2023 also experienced an all-time high number of instances of negative prices, exerting downward pressure on overall energy prices.”

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These costs are based on the SA Power network in Adelaide but prices may vary depending on your circumstances. This comparison assumes a general energy usage of 4000kWh/year for a residential customer on Energy Locals Time of Use Tariff – (TOU – Peak, Off-Peak & Solar Sponge).

The reference price is set by the Australian Energy Regulator (AER) for a financial year in relation to electricity supply to residential customers in the distribution region and is based on an assumed annual usage amount. Any difference between the reference price and the unconditional price of a plan is expressed as a percentage more or less than the reference price. The terms of any conditional discounts are shown, along with any further difference between the reference price and the discount applied if a condition is met, expressed as a percentage more or less than the reference price.