At launch, Tesla planned to complete 1,000 roof installations per week. Two years later, the company is struggling to reach 200 weekly deployments. At the dawn of the summer of 2021, Elon Musk even became personally involved in the project, between the firing of executives, the increase in prices for consumers and according to some sources cited by Bloomberg, some visits to the site.
In fact, the power supply is a cornerstone of Tesla’s plan to become more than just a carmaker. But if the promise of independent living is attractive, installers are wary. And for good reason, we don’t standardize on the installation of a roof when we mass-build cars.
To recover the superb expected, and according to the technical documentation, the evolution of the SR60T1 model to the SR72T1 model would allow the Tesla tiles to go from 58.5 to 71.67 watts of power output. A net increase of 22.5% that would ensure that the same amount of electricity is captured with fewer solar tiles.
A gain of power to convince roofers first? The idea seems to simplify the installation work, but it could also reduce purchasing costs …
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