Tesla’s Australia battery project is garnering global recognition and forcing companies to rethink the traditional energy power plants structure. The Tesla 100MW/129MWh powerpack project in South Australia proved to pay some dividends or at the very least save tens of millions of dollars according to a recent report, again delivering on a promise made by the eccentric founder Elon Musk. The Background For the uninitiated, last year Elon Musk promised to deploy a massive 100 MWh battery to the South Australian government. What proved to be an ambitious plan proved to be very beneficial to the Australian people. This region suffered from countless blackouts and with Tesla’s super-powered battery they were able to easily solve the problem all within 100 days . Tesla will get the system installed and working 100 days from contract signature or it is free. That serious enough for you? — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 10, 2017 As the world’s largest Li-ion problem Tesla described the problem last year stating: “It will help solve power outages, reduce intermittencies and manage summertime peak load to support the reliability of South Australia’s electrical infrastructure, providing enough power for more than 30,000 homes —approximately equal to the number […]


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