Interesting that they don't want to double wide stack anymore.
When you stack three together, which is my goal, is one attached to the wall with the others piggy-backed to it or are all three in a floor stand of some sort?You can stack up to three powerwalls together, as long as they are sitting on the ground. Vines reply was to someone who wanted to stack them vertically, which is not allowed. It’s also not allowed to stack powerwalls if they aren’t sitting on the ground. You can hang one powerwall on the wall, but not a stack.
Cannot say for sure how much they can offset the PW and equipment as I wanted it there, right behind the the main panel outside, clean.So, do you get a choice on where to put the Powerwalls? Or is it based on where your panel is? What if the power panel isn't even in the garage?
Thanks. Yes, a last minute change from it being just a door guard bumper for my car as I had that short piece left over.I suggest a conversation with the Tesla design team there for placement. I wouldn't think long distance runs affect the efficiency, but may increase your install cost given the additional effort and material used for long runs.
Hey @charlesj - that's a cool little touch with the red "T"
Thanks. Yes, a last minute change from it being just a door guard bumper for my car as I had that short piece left over.
Had a hard time finding that molding though. Sold by the foot, just what I wanted.