Tesla has doubled number of Powerwalls installed to 200,000 over the last year
Tesla announced today that they have just surpassed 200,000 Powerwalls installed globally.
It means that Tesla installed as many Powerwalls over the last year as it did for the first five years of the home battery pack’s existence.
Tesla introduced Powerwall 2 in 2016, and it took the home energy storage business by storm with a leading cost per kWh of energy capacity.
The automaker received tens of thousands of reservations for the device, but the production ramp-up over the last few years has been slow since Tesla focused its efforts and battery supply on Model 3 production and other energy storage products like Powerpack and Megapack.
Tesla was still able to deploy a significant number of Powerwalls. Around this time last year, Tesla announced that it had installed 100,000 Powerwalls over the first five years of the product’s existence.
Now just a year later, Tesla announces that it has now surpassed 200,000 Powerwalls installed globally: