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Tesla taps Panasonic to build solar panels for their Powerwall and Powerpack systems

Tesla wants to dip even further into the solar power pool with newly announced plans to partner with Panasonic to build solar panels for Tesla’s Powerwall and Powerpack battery backup systems. Panasonic has already been building Powerwall batteries, as well as electric car batteries, at Tesla’s sprawling Nevada Gigafactory, but this would be the electronics company’s first foray into solar panels with Tesla as a partner.
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