Tesla Solar Panels

Apr 11, 2017

Category: Tech

There has been a lot of chatter recently around the news that Tesla has surpassed GM as the most valuable American motor company. Yet, to be honest, we’re not 100% sure if Tesla should be designated strictly as a car company. Look at their newly announced Solar Panels and you’ll see what we mean.

According to the company, these solar panels are designed to provide as much renewable energy as possible to the home while not standing out or drawing too much attention. By the looks of it, they’ve more than succeeded in this task. The low profile nature of the panels, while nothing compared to the solar tiles the company recently announced, hide any and all wiring and mounting hardware from view. In addition to a sleek look and efficient performance, the panels boast a seamless integration with Tesla’s Powerwall – so you can use your solar energy day or night. What car company do you know of that does something like that?

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