Tesla Opens First Charging in China with Energy Storage Facilities
Tesla said on Wednesday that it has opened its first charging station in China with its own solar and energy storage facilities.
Tesla entered the solar business in 2016 with its $2.6 billion purchase of California-based SolarCity. Currently, the company’s solar services include Solar Roof - a power generating system that appears like normal roof tile, and Powerwall, which can store power generated by solar panels.
Last year, Tesla, which is making electric vehicles in Shanghai, has also put out job ads for solar and energy storage project managers in China.
The electric-vehicle maker’s new charging station in Lhasa city of China will generate power from sunlight and store it in the energy storage facilities for electric vehicles to charge.
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