Ancient Hawaiians were 100 percent self-sustaining and still managed to support a thriving culture and a large population on Earth’s most isolated landmass. Now, the modern residents of Hawaii are leveraging technology to harness the renewable energy around us and make our homes as self-sustaining as possible.

Enter RevoluSun Smart Home’s new offering, the Tesla Powerwall.

Powerwall maximizes the usefulness of your solar panels by storing the power generated from the sun so that you can use it whenever necessary. RevoluSun Smar t Home now offers Tesla Energy’s Power-wall 6.4 kWh model, which is a home battery that charges using electricity generated from solar panels and can power your home in the evening. It also fortifies your home against power outages by providing a backup electricity supply. Powerwall incorporates Tesla’s proven automotive battery technology to power your home safely and economically.


What are the benefits?


Powerwall stores electricity generated by solar panels during the day and makes it available to your home in the evening. This bridges the gap between peak solar and peak demand, allowing you to use your electrons when you need them.

Each Powerwall provides 6.4 kWh of usable energy storage and multiple Powerwalls may be installed together as needed for a home’s energy needs.

Through Hawaiian Electric’s Grid and Self Supply programs, your home still is connected to the utility grid for periods of high demand.



In the event of a utility outage , Powerwall will supply electricity to an essential load panel, maintaining power to the important appliances in your home. When installed along with solar panels, Powerwall will recharge during the day while your home uses solar generated electricity.

Automated, compact and simple to install, Powerwall offers energy independence and the security of an emergency backup.

By constantly expanding smart home offerings and being a regular meeting place for the public, RevoluSun Smar Home’s free monthly seminars have been packed. The next seminar is scheduled for Saturday, May 21, from 10 to 11 a.m., at 210 Ward Ave., Ste. 140. The event is free, but space is limited. Make your reservations at

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