Later this evening, Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk will unveil what is believed to be two separate non-automotive products at a special event at Tesla’s design studio in Hawthorne, California.
If the rumours are to be believed, those two products will be a battery backup system for the home based on the battery pack found in the Tesla Model S luxury sedan, and a commercial-grade, large-scale grid-tied battery back capable of storing hundreds of kilowatt-hours or perhaps even megawatt-hours electricity to help utility companies store renewably-generated electricity for when the grid needs it.
You’ve already heard from us how we think these two new products will help Tesla Motors make electric cars affordable for everyone, but now it’s time to bring you the reaction, excitement and pizazz of a Tesla Motors [NASDAQ:TSLA] launch event right to your computer screen.
Sadly, as you might know, not a single member of the Transport Evolved editorial team happen to live anywhere near Los Angeles, but as anyone who knows the Transport Evolved crew will tell you, that doesn’t mean we can’t bring you the news as it happens.
So we’ve got our guest blogger, EV advocate and Tesla owner Dennis Pascual on the ground in Hawthorne, LA, where he will be partaking in a little citizen journalism to help us bring you the latest news from the Tesla event as it happens.
You can follow his night at the Tesla party by reading his special #TEatTesla twitter stream below.
And if you’ve got any thoughts or questions you’d like to voice, be sure to include the same twitter hashtag in your tweets and it will appear below alongside his.
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