Tesla has released a giant version of its latest home solar system, the 15.4kW solar system, which is believed to be suitable for more than 4,000 square feet of homes,media reported. Over the past few months, Tesla has been working to improve its solar business. Recently, Tesla launched a new solar rental service that allows homeowners to get solar panels for as little as $50 a month.
In addition, the company has launched a new commercial solar energy online ordering platform.
The company has been simplifying pricing, increasing transparency and promoting its energy products more aggressively.
Now, Tesla has updated its home solar products with a new giant solar roof option with 15.2kW:
The company calls it X-Large and says it works for more than 4,000 square feet of homes:
15.2 kW – More than 4,000 square feet of home
Produces an average of 58-77kWh of electricity per day
Best for households with an average electricity bill of $340-$460/month
That’s a 33 percent increase from Tesla’s previous maximum home solar cells, which are 3.8kW (small), 7.6kW (medium), and 11.4KW (large)
The following is a picture of the installation effects for different models:
Unlike Tesla’s “solar roofs,” these systems use more traditional solar panels than solar tiles.
In California, Tesla’s new maximum solar system costs $39,093, but only $27,365, or $1.80 per watt, is available for the benefits.
In addition, Tesla has launched a new uncontracted “solar subscription service” that costs as little as $195 a month.