By Michelle Stocks By Michelle STOCKMAN | Medical News Now, the Tesla Energy transformation examples are starting to get a bit more real.
Tesla has started offering energy transformation services for customers.
The company says that when customers purchase a Tesla Energy vehicle, they’ll be able to get the following:Energy-saving electric vehicle charging stations that offer up to 150 kilowatts of power from its superchargers for up to two hours at a time.
A fully integrated, integrated solar roof system, and electric vehicle chargers for use at night and during peak hours.
A suite of vehicle management systems for customers, including a full vehicle and driver monitoring system, as well as a full-service vehicle maintenance program.
A “Tesla Energy vehicle maintenance” program that lets customers manage their vehicle, including repair schedules, vehicle maintenance, and the like.
Tesla says that if the vehicle is running at 100% of its normal operating capacity, the program will not only save money, it will also be more efficient.
In addition to offering those options, Tesla says it’s also going to be giving out free service to customers who purchase the Tesla Powerwall.
That is, the company will install a solar array on top of the Powerwall, and then provide free electricity to the roof, when the Powerpack fails or fails to charge.
Tesla’s Powerpack is currently on sale for $4,400.
That’s the same price as the $40,000 Powerwall that the company says will be available starting this coming fall.
Tesla also announced a new suite of energy-saving features that will be offered to customers through the end of the year, including charging stations for $15 per hour, and more advanced energy-efficiency technologies, including the “Tesla Powerwall” battery that it’s touting.