Cost for most companies is $300~$600/kWh but many speculates it's less than $200 for Tesla. Nissan has just announced a $5500 replacement charge for the 24kWh battery so it's reasonable to expect to get a 85kWh battery for (way) under $20,000 in the future.
If you live in the South and already own solar panels, it could take you just under three years to make up the cost of the $3,000 Tesla Powerwall battery. But if you live in the Pacific Northwest and don't have solar panels, it could take you at least 16 years to make up the cost of buying Tesla's new home battery.
Using your optimistic cost of $34,000 dollars for the 85 kWh battery and assuming a 10 percent price decrease for the next 8 years we get... $34,000 * (.9**8) = $14636 for the cost of the replacement battery in 2020.
Compact, affordable and simple to install, Powerwall 2 charges during the day and powers your home in the evening when integrated with rooftop solar panels.
Once the battery goes out of warranty, and diminished charge life becomes annoying, what is the expected replacement price (for each battery size)?
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He compared that to an estimated $215 per kwh for GM, which would indicate a 48-percent increase for the cost of the pack over the cells themselves.
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