Tesla Energy is one of the top sustainable energy players in the US. It supplies power to homes, businesses, and utilities by selling or renting them solar panels, solar roofing, and battery storage packs called Powerwalls, Powerpacks, and Megapacks. The Motley Fool says Tesla has been the best renewable-energy-focused stock over the past decade, as it has grown from “making a niche product for deep-pocketed buyers to producing zero-emission vehicles for the masses. On top of that, it made inroads into the energy storage and solar markets
Certainly, the transition to 100% renewable energy raises some profound questions as society transitions away from life that revolves around fossil fuels. Challenges will arise around source intermittency, the need for storage and grid redesign, and the difficulties of electrifying heavy transport and many industrial processes. However, we have the technology we need today for all of that.
The signs are aligning favorably for a more consistent Tesla Energy focus in which a sustainable energy ecosystem will enable homeowners, businesses, and utilities to produce and manage renewable energy generation, storage, and consumption.
Tesla should look to our big corporations to help with renewable energy sources.