Tesla is reportedly getting ready to launch its third-generation Powerall home battery pack.
According to a new report by Electrek, the Powerwall 3 is almost ready for launch with that report claiming that Tesla has already started to get the ball rolling in terms of approval and certification for the product.
Electrek has obtained confirmation that Tesla has applied with some electric utilities to have a new product named Powerwall 3 approved as certified equipment for connection with those electric utilities.
There are currently no features or specifications confirmed by the report, but it does suggest that the battery pack will offer an easier installation process than the previous models. It’s also thought that it will look nicer than the older models while “higher performance” could also be in the cards, although it isn’t clear what form that would take.
The report also suggests that, with the Powerwall 3 now being certified by electric utilities, its release should be just around the corner. There’s no telling how accurate that is right now, but we could see Tesla begin to offer an upgraded Powerwall relatively soon if this report turns out to be accurate.
The Powerwall is a home-based wall-mounted battery that can be used to power homes and cars using stored electricity, often from solar panels.
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