Following Texas' disastrous winter storms, which caused widespread blackouts, deaths, and billions of dollars in costs, Tesla has recently filed to enter the state's deregulated energy market.
The sustainable automotive energy giant sees a great opportunity to fix and stabilize Texas' energy market. Tesla believes its company is well prepared to handle unexpected weather storms and provide Texan families with reliable and sustainable energy. In addition, the company is looking into creating a virtual powerplant made of solar energy and its Powerwalls, which then can be installed at each customer's home.
The company also has plans to deploy two large battery systems in Texas. Tesla has filed with the Public Utility Commission of Texas and believes its 250 MW battery systems will stabilize the grid.
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