Tesla Energy Reports Q1 Results: 2,500 Powerwalls and 100 Powerpacks Delivered
Tesla Motors included its energy storage branch sales results into its latest quarterly report.
In total, Tesla Energy delivered over 25 MWh of energy storage in the Q1 of 2016 – to customers on four continents (North America, Asia, Europe and Africa).
25 MWh is 25,000 kWh or nearly 278x 90 kWh
Compared to the 14,810 EVs Tesla sold in the first three months, and even assuming smaller 70/85 kWh packs in the mix, Tesla Energy battery sales stands at just a few percentage points (maybe 2-2.5%) of total battery capacity used.
The 25 MWh of capacity was broken out as follows:
- over 2,500 Powerwalls (currently only in 6.4 kWh version)
- nearly 100 Powerpacks – 100 kWh each (see pricing announcement)
“Tesla Energy posted strong growth in the quarter as well. During Q1, we delivered over 25 MWh of energy storage to customers in four continents. We delivered over 2,500 Powerwalls and nearly 100 Powerpacks in the quarter throughout North America, Asia, Europe and Africa.”