Tesla Just Unveiled Its Newest Solar Panels

Futurism:  Last weekend, Tesla updated their website’s “Energy” section to release images of their new low-profile solar panels made by Panasonic. Tesla has been making news with their increased focus on green-energy innovations, and this fresh take on solar panels for preexisting homes and other buildings gives more people the option to go off-grid.

These panels use invisible mounting hardware and integrated front skirts to blend into your roof seamlessly for a cleaner, more streamlined look. This understated system was originally created by Zep Solar, which was acquired by SolarCity before Tesla acquired the whole package. Zep co-founder Daniel Flanigan now leads an engineering team at Tesla as Senior Director of Solar Systems Product Design.  Full Article:

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