So two years ago, we had solar panels and a Powerwall installed and everything worked great. Then, this year, we decided to add more panels to our array but using a different company than the first (the first company was a huge headache to work with). However, this new company apparantly has little experience with the Powerwall because ever since, our Powerwall app has been showing bizarre activity. There are random spikes during the day from the battery (when the house should be powered exclusively by the panels), the Powerwall is charged at night from the grid instead of during the day through the panels (a big no-no according to our utility company), and it doesn't show the new panels producing power, only the old panels. Well, the solar company came back out and replaced the CTs, saying they were the problem. Now we don't have the spikes and the Powerwall is being charged during the day, but the app is showing only half the solar production of our old panels and still no new panel production, and the app shows us sending solar power to the grid at night. The solar company is saying that none of this is their fault and don't know how to fix it. Does anyone have any idea what could be the problem here? Does Tesla have techs that would know how to fix this problem?