Tesla Planning to Enter the UK as an Energy Provider

Tesla has applied in the UK for an energy utility license.  Tesla in Australia already provides energy to over 30,000 people with the world’s most powerful battery.

Tesla has now reportedly applied for an energy utility license in the UK.

Great Britain obtains almost 40 percent of its energy from wind and solar energy and is therefore heavily dependent on the weather.

This would not be the first step from Tesla towards the energy supplier, after all, the supposedly best and largest lithium battery was built in Australia in 2017. The Hornsdale PowerPack installation in the south of the country supplies more than 30,000 households with electricity. At the moment, one can only speculate about Tesla’s exact engagement in Great Britain. Tesla already has some smaller battery units on the island, but they are not comparable to the Hornsdale PowerPack installation in Australia. The technology could be useful in Great Britain, after all, the country obtains almost 40 percent of its energy from renewable energy. However, wind and solar energy are heavily weather-dependent and therefore supply holes could be plugged with the lithium batteries. Tesla is already working with Octopus Energie in the UK in order to offer owners of Tesla vehicles and solar energy a cheaper tariff.

Tesla wants to make Autobidder platform better known
There is also speculation that Tesla wants to push the new Autobidder platform by entering the UK. This platform can be used to optimize power plants, including the generation and distribution of energy. Energy providers can buy and trade energy on Autobidder. The platform relies on machine learning. More information about Tesla’s UK plans will be announced shortly, but the step towards becoming an energy provider seems realistic.

 

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Tesla has now reportedly applied for an energy utility license in the UK.

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