What’s the story behind the $25,000 price tag for the NV Energy electric vehicle battery?
Posted November 24, 2018 11:53:25 This article first appeared on the site for the National Energy Board of Canada.
The National Energy Bureau of Canada is Canada’s federal energy regulator and is the agency charged with overseeing the energy sector in Canada.
A spokesperson for the agency said that the agency has not yet been contacted by the company.
It said that it is in the process of consulting with its suppliers, which include NV Energy, as well as other stakeholders and stakeholders in other provinces and territories, to address any potential issues that may exist with the pricing.
The spokesperson added that there are currently no pricing plans in place for the battery.
In the meantime, NV Energy will be using the battery to help develop the next generation of the company’s Powerwall, which will be manufactured by GE and run on the lithium-ion battery technology.
The battery is expected to be ready for commercial deployment in 2019, with the battery capable of powering up to 250 kW (350 hp) and has a peak power of 4.5 kW (6.4 hp).
The company says that it plans to use the battery for its Powerwall product line, as it will need to power up a whole new segment of electric vehicles.
Source: NV Energy (Canada), New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, National Energy Bulletin, NV Power (US), Powerwall (US)