Tesla Powerwall – Early Differences In Grid Consumption
It’s been just over 5 months since we had our Tesla Powerwall installed and I thought I’d give an early update on the difference it’s made to our grid consumption so far. It is still early days and I will provide another update once I have a few more readings – probably late next year.
Our electricity billing periods are:
- Jan 16th
- April 16th
- July 16th
- October 16th
Our Tesla Powerwall was installed on June 1st 2018, which means the July bill should have showed some difference in kWh grid consumption (especially given the lovely summer we had this year!) even though it was a partial month of having the Powerwall, whereas the October bill was a complete month of having the Powerwall in operation.
I think the graph says it all! Even on the July bill, we saved 266* kWh or a 37.5% drop and on the October bill we saved a massive 560* kWh or 70.3% drop!
I just wish we’d had the battery installed 6 weeks earlier to benefit even more from the fantastic summer weather we had this year! 🙂
* based on the average of units consumed 2013 to 2017
For those interested in the figures: