Tesla Powerwall: how quickly can it respond to a power cut? | FULLY CHARGED for clean energy & EVs

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Robert provides an update on the update to his Powerwall installation. He has been busy tweaking his system to ensure instantaneous response in the advent of a blackout. He also shows us what else is going on in his garage, with an update on his Zappi, and introduction to a V2G unit, and lots of lovely statistics to show how homes and cars can be powered by solar, even in England! For easy reference through each section of this episode, see *timestamps* below. *AND* If you like this episode, you might enjoy the previous episode on National Grid’s ‘Green Energy Success Story’:

Presented and Filmed by Robert Llewellyn
Edited by Benjamin Bruton-Cox
Music: Flavortown by Mikey Geiger

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0:00 Introduction
0:50 Why does Robert have 3-phase
1:16 Tesla Powerwall 1 & 2 panic
2:26 Tesla Gateway
3:07 Powercut Test
4:18 Both Batteries ‘Fully Charged’
4:44 Myenergi’s Zappi
5:28 Visualising energy usage
9:41 OVO Vehicle-to-Grid introduction
11:22 Integrating a Nissan LEAF
12:20 Electricity price variations

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