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The subsidiary of Energir in the US is buying Powerwalls.


Vermont-based electric utility Green Mountain Power (GMP) announced a new program to use Tesla Autobidder software and Powerwalls in order to replace fossil-fuel-powered power plants, thus helping to balance the grid.

GMP has been one of Tesla’s best partners when it comes to deploying Powerwalls in a decentralized way with electric utilities.

The relatively small electric utility operating in Vermont was one of the earliest adopters of Tesla Powerwall.

It has been leading the deployment of Tesla Powerwalls, with 2,000 units as of 2018, and in 2020 it signed a deal to get up to 1,000 more Powerwalls from Tesla per year.

GMP also disclosed that as of now, there are now more than 3,000 Powerwalls installed in homes on their network.

The company runs several programs using Powerwalls, and it reported that it saved ratepayers $3 million in Vermont last year.


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