Tesla's Solar Tiles - My Thoughts

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Comments: 1 582

  • burak sümer
    burak sümer 3 days ago

    Tesla amazıng 😍 😍 😍 😍 😍 😍 Elon Musk thanks ✌✌✌✌✌✌we want free energy more

  • manas chakraborty
    manas chakraborty 4 days ago

    Sustainable energy is evolving at much faster pace then thought. Good going

  • John Greene
    John Greene 5 days ago

    Musk is the man. Solar is the way to go. I have panels on my roof and have not paid a hydro bill for seven years. 2 more years and its turly free power. I have saved my hydro bill payments and have 14 k saved so far. The panels cost 10K. Solar rocks

  • Dearyvette TN
    Dearyvette TN 7 days ago

    I'm so excited about the prospect of solar roof tiles! I have a home in Tennessee with a facade that faces fully south, and a very steep pitched roof. Nothing would kill it's curb appeal and resale value faster than having traditional solar panels covering it. I'll be keeping an eye out to see if our local solar roof installation companies have adopted this technology. All your videos are fantastic. Please keep up the great work 👍🏽

  • M Mom
    M Mom 8 days ago

    Sounds good about price but we all know the Government will make its money one way or the other. If cars all go to battery they will find a way to tax it to make up for the loss of money from fuel. Same with the house. If u aren't using electricity or gas, they will find another way to tax it.

  • alex wintermeyer
    alex wintermeyer 10 days ago

    4:47 what???? hows that car so small

  • Lars Gustafsson
    Lars Gustafsson 10 days ago

    Elon Musk is a modern and more sustainable version of Al Gore!

  • Hotsystem52
    Hotsystem52 10 days ago

    Elon Musk for president 2020

  • Peter LeBlanc
    Peter LeBlanc 10 days ago

    Gees it's amazing how the USA attracts minds like Musk yet will likely be one of the slower countries to incorporate the tech

  • J o n a t h a n
    J o n a t h a n 10 days ago

    the roof pays for itself over the years a lifetime guarantee. Its a great idea.

  • Fahim Mahmood
    Fahim Mahmood 13 days ago

    What the tiles and electric cars will do in rainy season?

  • AnimeBanz
    AnimeBanz 13 days ago

    Looking at the big picture, living in big suburban houses like these - ones that have rooves is the problem. If you live such a house you are fucking over the environment with your massive energy needs. Move to a city and live in an apartment building - far better for the environment. Buy a 5 bedroom apartment if you want to feel rich.
    This here is stupid. Putting a bandaid over a gunshot wound.

  • TrVTropKillaz
    TrVTropKillaz 13 days ago

    Is cold fusion possible

  • Jim Murray
    Jim Murray 14 days ago

    This adaptation o what is fairly established technology represents a stunning opportunity to move and wean humanity off antiquated fossil fuel energy sources. All hail Elon Musk and Tesla! No doubt actual costs should come down with wider adaptation of this technology. The future can look brighter.

  • Aleron Adams
    Aleron Adams 15 days ago


  • Mike ecoman
    Mike ecoman 15 days ago

    This will be the future of roofing - it needs to be now, asap, great video!!

  • Patrick EH
    Patrick EH 15 days ago

    To power a house in the Sun belt you need over an acre of solar panels. THEN you need storage, etc.

  • Mike M
    Mike M 16 days ago

    The biggest power need in northern states is for heat. I don't see anything here that will do that, expecially on gray winter days. Other needs are stove, refrigerator, well water pump, and lighting draws little energy with LED.

  • John doe
    John doe 17 days ago

    Cm on guys. Doesn't his name ring a bell? Elon Musk is a traditional Cryptonian name. SpaceX is just his ride home.

  • Lem Swen
    Lem Swen 19 days ago

    What happens when it hails

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    INFINITI GAMING 19 days ago

    yay it will power your house but then when you plug your car in your screwed Tesla 10/10 IGN.

  • Lauden Clear
    Lauden Clear 20 days ago

    4:46, the little white car on the right looks cool.

  • Jack H
    Jack H 23 days ago


  • donthaveone donthaveone

    solar roofing tiles - they cant cut that power!
    _no power bills_
    pays for itself!

  • ceojr1963
    ceojr1963 29 days ago

    I wrote about this in the 1990's formally to my own blog in the 2010's I as a science fiction author this was the wave of the future, just just as here yet as tesla makes it. BioWebScape was here.

  • Tom van Zummeren
    Tom van Zummeren 1 month ago

    Great video! (As always) A couple of remarks this time though:

    1) not "each and every tile" is a solar panel. They alternate between real and fake ones to keep the cost down

    2) it is not only that these roofs are cheaper than normal roofs when factoring in energy savings, they are cheaper than normal roofs, period! With the exception of flat asphalt roofs, but you can't see these from the streets so Elon advices to still use regular solar panels anyway in this case.

  • leonie burnham
    leonie burnham 1 month ago

    lets say in 20 to 30 years there are at least 4 generations of tesla powerwalls that are genuinely advanced in design, capacity and lode functionality or user intuitive. Smart marketing would see a buyback/replacement discount scheme to purchasers of early generation 1 tech to sure up future sales and generate early capital for R&D and future production set up. Being an Aussie aswell it astounds me that we still use fossil fuels to generate most of our power requirements. DC to AC inversion tech is totally sound and functional now. Solar, hydro and wind keep improving with momentum in smart innovation. The only weak link still is storage. Battery technology still has away to go. I can't help but feel wet cell is still a better option for large capacity in non freezing parts of the globe. The surface area used by cement in most homes/apartments could be structual batteries with longevity applications by being serviceable for maintaining electrolyte cathodes and anodes. Basically top up your battery by hosing of your driveway and every 10yrs or so the serviceman comes and swaps out the plates.

  • absfab1
    absfab1 1 month ago

    id love to dumpster dive there.....

  • Tom Thorpe
    Tom Thorpe 1 month ago

    Congrats on the 1m sub mark!

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    Giggs Ricard 1 month ago

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  • Skye ID
    Skye ID 1 month ago

    yes, but how would this work for apartments? I'm on the first floor of a 5 storey apt building. So how do they get around that obstacle?

  • Louis Poh
    Louis Poh 1 month ago

    Is there any monetization on your videos? I didn't get ads...

  • Jay Zay09
    Jay Zay09 1 month ago

    I genuinely mean this when I say
    " this is the greatest channel on YouTube "
    Well done sir

  • Padmanabha Dutta
    Padmanabha Dutta 1 month ago

    Any thoughts on how solar roofings could be implemented in flat roofed buildings?

  • El Mostrito
    El Mostrito 2 months ago

    The current architecture used to power guns are incompatible with these shingles, making them only 5% capable of absorbing solar rays even while at the perfect angle/peak hours, therefore the home owners must surrender their firearms before these are installed.

  • Robin Toonen
    Robin Toonen 2 months ago

    Go on I love your videos. May be if those nagers watched your videos, they would be one time positive. So go on. Triple thums up.

  • irena dubrovna
    irena dubrovna 2 months ago

    Food 4 thought :

    Losing your home (house rather) equity to a company, or the state - is that what they call "energy independence"? What do you expect from them, when the sec refuses to prosecute a ceo who would take a billion dollars of company funds to hire one Howard Stern, and then say to shareholders, sorry kids, but if we only had two hundred million dollars to keep from going bankrupt, what will we do? .. And so, ceo karmazin sold about half the company (sirius xm) to liberty media to raise the necessary funds to remain a going concern... when government promotes fraud, thievery, or looks the other way, refusing to hear, you know tyranny is coming.
    Liberty media - they used to issue "tracking
    stock". If you bought all the issued tracking
    stock, you would not own the company - that
    paper was void with respect to conferring
    ownership rights - and nobody at the sec, or
    other levels of the us government protested.
    The biggest threat to freedom is us politicians - the majority of whom seem to be guilty of treason. And so they move the earthlings closer
    to global tyranny and the reign of antichrist.
    All these church places where ZIANism (eugenics) is promoted, is run by them, the synagogue of satan.

    Losing your house? Ppa agreement, is that what they call rental agreements now? $TSLA $Scty The trouble with Tesla-Solarcity is that THEY tell U how much electricity U is using, remotely, and so charge. Wakeup Nigga! ...

    In Canada, they are called SMARTREADERS - the hydroelectric company decides how much electricity you used, how much you will pay - remotely. No longer do they send a guy to your house to read the monitor located on the side of your house which is difficult to tamper with. They decide, and not an independent observer - the monitor which neither the company or you control. .... Think of how McDonald's operates, or newspaper stands operate - handing out burgers and information, anonymously, thus preventing somebody from getting preferential treatment because of the colour of their skin, gender, or religion, et cetra. .... But sodomites, they desire a political economy where everybody knows each other - ftrom feudal "go to confession" days to "modern psychiatry" they seek to know other males. Sodomites, eugenicists, and satanists are one and the same - for their philosophies support each other. There is not much difference between nazis and communists, for both are about control over other persons' bodies, especially the males. The culture of sodom was not about same gender consensual relationships (although that was no doubt part of it) but nonconsensual invasion of privacy (desiring to know another, and acting upon that desire) : It was a culture that promoted sexual assault, especially upon males by other males.

  • Bryan Keller
    Bryan Keller 2 months ago

    He unveiled the solar tiles today. They're costing an average of 21.85 USD per squared meter. And they look awesome.

  • martina r.
    martina r. 2 months ago

    A healthy is it? Say something about the magnetic fields!
    And how will the roof be cleaned from the dust?

  • Stanford Leeham
    Stanford Leeham 2 months ago

    대박이 안다. 그런데 그냥 지나쳐. 나중에 알게 될것이다. 왜 나와는지 . 악몽인가보다 쉽게.

  • Ayush Saxena
    Ayush Saxena 2 months ago

    @4:42 did i just see a little Tesla for rich toddlers?

  • Sacchidanand Gogawale
    Sacchidanand Gogawale 2 months ago

    Are going to make video about Sony Xperia touch?

  • EcArR eCaRr
    EcArR eCaRr 2 months ago

    wtf you said mierda

  • brunolexatyn
    brunolexatyn 2 months ago

    Spanish eléctric company Endesa is cutting power supply to eldery people, please bring them solar Panels over to Spain!

  • George Serrano
    George Serrano 2 months ago

    AWSOME !!! I just subcribed because of your post. Thanks for the information.

  • James McDermott
    James McDermott 2 months ago

    Graphene is the answer

  • James McDermott
    James McDermott 2 months ago

    The tiles make so much sense...

  • Johnny Blacksmith
    Johnny Blacksmith 2 months ago

    Sadly it won't be become mainstream until the government figures out how to tax the sun. Once they can figure out how to force it's people (slaves) to pay some never ending BS tax, then they will allow you to transition from oil to solar.

  • dedek kurniawan
    dedek kurniawan 2 months ago

    what about storm?does it can survive?

  • therandomdot
    therandomdot 2 months ago

    What we're seeing is a reversion of the industrial revolution.

    The industrial revolution brought a lot of people together, so it made sense to create a power plant, a sewage treatment plant, water pumping station, etc... massive things that handled public needs in-bulk.

    What we're seeing now is a push for people to have the choice to be responsible for that themselves... with their own power generation, sewage treatment, etc at their own home, business, etc.

    This has happened for a few reasons

    1) cost has come down enough for more folks to experiment with it

    2) telecommuting has allowed more higher-paid knowledge workers to move out into rural areas away from the city since they don't have to commute.. and since they have more money, they can afford to experiment with self-sufficiency (when you end up with a large, high-end clientele, it usually makes it easier for ideas to go more main-stream and gain momentum)

    3) Technology has progressed enough for this to feel "high tech" instead of "stone age". Solar and wind power is easier to install. Composting and black/gray water treatment is easier to build into properties and very self-sufficient to cut down on water usage and increase landscape greenery. Things aren't so complicated or "icky" or hippy... hurdles that kept them from getting adopted.

    4) external prices from bulk provider has pushed folks to look for self-sufficent solutions. As our energy grid spends money to convert to a smart grid, it passes the cost onto customers. This increases electric bills. As waste and water treatment plants keep increasing costs, they pass it on to customers. So, customers want to explore self-sufficient power, water treatment, etc.

    5) people are liking the control they regain in their lives... by handling your own power, water, food, etc needs, you feel self-sufficient. By using technology to do it, you feel high-tech instead of like a savage.

    There will still be certain places where bulk-processing or provision is useful, but even big companies are looking into their own waste treatment and electric generation. Some colleges that do the experiments use composting toilets in certain buildings, have collection in the basement, then use it as mulch for the grounds after it's composted. They have solar and wind power solutions. They experiment with thermal solutions in colder climates. These ideas get refined, then businesses can take up the ideas and pass them on to consumers. And the consumer sector keeps growing as we see more people moving away from the city (either b/c they have a mobile work lifestyle going where the work is or they telecommute) and prices of providers keeps going up to prompt folks to solve the problem themselves to save money.

  • Karthik Karthik
    Karthik Karthik 2 months ago

    why is it taking so long for solar powered machines to be practically successful in the market.? 😎

  • Frederic Karlo
    Frederic Karlo 2 months ago

    Genius👏🏻 hope big Saudi oil and u.s military industrial complex don't sabotage this venture into solar

  • Veer Singh
    Veer Singh 2 months ago

    good video, keep working hard

  • Jason Le
    Jason Le 2 months ago

    Now we need solar windows, solar signs (meaning the actual sign is a solar panel) and solar walls!

  • Reginald Dove
    Reginald Dove 2 months ago

    Put these on your dream house...sexy casa!

  • Lee Dile
    Lee Dile 2 months ago

    my home runs totally on free energy! I tapped in to my neighbors power! Shhhhh......... 😎💬

  • Gill Kolby
    Gill Kolby 2 months ago

    You gave an overview, but are there any problems? Cost? Durability? Or just a sales pitch for Musk?

  • mr_puffin_3rd
    mr_puffin_3rd 2 months ago

    wouldn't the Solar panels be inefficiënt?
    they dont seem to have a transparant cover. And they overlap do IT wouldn't be fully used.

  • Daniel
    Daniel 2 months ago

    can you explain the oil crisis or whatever problem is going on in Australia?

  • Daniel
    Daniel 2 months ago

    the people who are really pushing against elon musk are people who stand to lose a lot of their potential money.

  • Anthony G
    Anthony G 2 months ago

    Hopefully this becomes available worldwide, especially 3rd world countries.

  • Brad Riley
    Brad Riley 2 months ago

    Why couldnt this billionaire have won the election.

  • NoticeGamingYT
    NoticeGamingYT 2 months ago

    lol I line in Western Australia, Perth were tanner fox come over to like last year

  • Carlos Tavares
    Carlos Tavares 2 months ago

    Re comments: Solar panels are beautiful to me too. How about on the sun exposed walls of your buildings? Called "Integrated Photo Voltaics". Its all there, just do it. Why wait for a highly combustible chemical combination to be put in the walls of your bedrooms? Just go do it and store all your energy somewhere else. Bet if it were paper fiat money or bitcoin or gold you would figure out where and how to store it. Like making gun powder with all the extra energy you will harvest each day and setting it off at night when you forget how to start your fusion device because it got too COLD! Thanks again. Mostly have fun I hope and not blow yourselves up. Not too much trial and error if you can stop for a few minutes and think about it.

  • Carlos Tavares
    Carlos Tavares 2 months ago

    This is new? You are right . . . So? Get it right and there is so much energy coming to earth each day that it is completely silly we don't just 'scoop' it up.
    Are solar panels water proof? Well what do you do with waterproof things? How about putting them on your roof and use them as a water barrier. Can you make electricity at the same time? Yes. Pretty simple. Now what if you actually think some more?
    Try this: 15% of the sun's energy hitting your roof (solar panels) ends up electricity energy (watts). So what about the other 85%? Not too far to the conclusion . . . or next step. +Cold Fusion. Cold fusion actually exists! So if that can exist how about Common Sense? I don't see why not. Do you really care if your roof looks glassey? How about if your utility bill = zero? Would you trade for that?
    Now, when you really decide to get to the design of your home you can consider the earth beneath it. Things can get even better . . . if you learn to accept cold fusion as a fact and thinking a necessity you will appreciate there is no such thing as 'thermal mass' - all mass is thermal, hello? Good luck and thanks for the video. Remember heat goes from 'hot' to 'cold' and that the earth has a certain heat capacity and that concrete has a certain conductivity when it comes to heat. Simply put on your thinking caps and do a few simple arithmetic things like: add, subtract, multiply, and divide and you will never have a utility bill again . . . good luck Oh and remember what insulation is for . . . stops heat from going where it would otherwise. Good luck. Make it go where the heat capacity is if you want to store it during the day and then provide a way for it to get back into the rooms it came out during the day. You can see that at night those very rooms get cold if it is cold outside and insulation is not completely insulating or air change for health is occurring (maybe think of plants here) . . . It is all about conductivity to 'tune' your system or use some other way to make the heat go where you want it. Heat doesn't 'exist' anyway so why not have some fun; get warmth from it while it visits, and not have a utility bill to boot!

  • Juan Ramirez
    Juan Ramirez 2 months ago

    So can I put my Christmas lights on without slipping? Yes or no? I don't want to end up like hay uncle who falls off the roof. Other than that this is awesome

  • Mikhail Tagole
    Mikhail Tagole 2 months ago

    can it survive a hail storm?

  • Sriganesh Subramanian
    Sriganesh Subramanian 2 months ago

    As always, concise and to the Point. Good Work.

  • S W
    S W 2 months ago

    I like your way of not overeacting about new stuff like the press often does!

    Could you maby do a video about vertical farming too?

  • Kap E
    Kap E 2 months ago

    Yeah, not here in Florida or most of the US, thanks to the moronic sheeple here.

  • Ian Hua
    Ian Hua 2 months ago

    I actually think normal solar panels aren't all that ugly but the solar tiles still look better.

  • kalluri sandeep
    kalluri sandeep 2 months ago

    What they said is OK but my first question raised is if lightning strikes on the roof what will happen

  • Jrbr 549
    Jrbr 549 2 months ago

    Is Musk getting husky?

  • Paul Boateng
    Paul Boateng 2 months ago

    So what do I have to major in to do stuff like this???

  • Lawrence Taylor
    Lawrence Taylor 2 months ago

    I just watched you video on the Powerwall 1. You hit it right on the head when you said it will only get better. The problem with batteriey and EV is the production of batteries. Only Tesla is building factrories to build on a large scale. The CEO of Mercedes refused to invest in battery manufacturing last year. He will be the last CEO of Mercedes. We should invest now in more Gigafactories. Have you done a video on the Gigafactory?

  • Justin Bailey
    Justin Bailey 2 months ago

    so they are demostrating this in a home that 99.9% of people couldn't afford thus planting the idea that this is a toy for the rich.... brilliant

  • kiran kumar
    kiran kumar 2 months ago

    when this technology will be coming to my india yaar

  • Bernard Finucane
    Bernard Finucane 2 months ago

    I see some marketing limitations with the solar roof idea. Home-owners probably want matching shingles everywhere if they are worried about looks, but only part of a house is likely to be well suited for solar. So the idea only makes sense for new houses or houses being reroofed for other reasons.

  • Ice Cube
    Ice Cube 2 months ago

    I frequently visit Germany there is a building and its whole wall is made of solar...not only the roof...

  • Praveen M
    Praveen M 2 months ago

    Just like the iPhone. There have been smartphones before but the iPhone got it right and really appealed to people.

  • bizzy247
    bizzy247 2 months ago

    I hope this takes off

  • NathanSynth
    NathanSynth 3 months ago

    Okay yeah bro that's a cool idea but what happens when birds poop on em?

  • Hari TC
    Hari TC 3 months ago

    I always thought that traditional solar roof panels looked cool and futuristic.

  • mongoloid
    mongoloid 3 months ago

    2 things. maintenance and durability. storms and stuff

  • dsrtdawg1
    dsrtdawg1 3 months ago

    The biggest problem is Solar City likes to charge for the savings they offer. Not very honest.

  • Martin Towers
    Martin Towers 3 months ago

    great video .. again you present a topic nice and clear.. thanks from the uk

  • matt k
    matt k 3 months ago

    It's crazy times we live in, so many things people have always dreamed about are suddenly now techincally possible.

  • Prehistoric Angrybird
    Prehistoric Angrybird 3 months ago

    This is great and all, but don't kid yourself into thinking that governments will allow all houses to be self-sustaining. They want everyone paying them and the large power-companies.

  • WhyBother
    WhyBother 3 months ago

    He put on some weight

  • Patrick EH
    Patrick EH 3 months ago

    In the 80's we invented a solar shingle that hooked to the underlying conductor when nailed in place.

    They didn't take off because for those in the 1st world (maybe excepting Germany which has destroyed it electrical generation) solar is not a viable REPLACEMENT for current base load generation methods.

  • Patrick EH
    Patrick EH 3 months ago

    It STILL is not a viable (cost effective) REPLACEMENT if you are on the grid (in the USA at least). The math doesn't add up at all.

  • Dasha Launer
    Dasha Launer 3 months ago

    still in BOX mentality..getting really tired of making this complex and expensive when energy can be instant and SUPER practical....

  • Max Young
    Max Young 3 months ago

    We need to urge our federal government to amend our current FIT scheme.

  • maskvp mGy
    maskvp mGy 3 months ago

    It looked like the Solar-City tile was still damaged and most likely would need to be replaced- for aesthetic reasons at the very least. I've looked into solar; I currently pay $0.09 net per KWH and it isn't feasible yet in my zone 5 area (means lots of sun). However we do have a few large solar farms close by. One was taken almost completely out by the softball sized hail we had this time last year. Their panels were finally replaced last month. The crushing sound of 4" hail sledge-hammering into my roof is not a distant memory when I consider installing solar panels up there. The upside to the SC tiles is that they could be replaced individually if damaged. BTW, nearly all my neighbors have new roofs now as a result of one storm. It does happen.

  • mR0d3aG
    mR0d3aG 3 months ago

    Finally, a company is changing the world

  • GORE illa
    GORE illa 3 months ago

    The historically lack of electric cars is not about the right product, but the oil lobby...

    • GORE illa
      GORE illa 3 months ago

      Patrick EH Yes, that's exactly what YOU are doing! Have you ever heard of:
      1- Own capability of thinking and questioning (like I did)?
      2- Good and reasonable arguments (like mine)?
      3- Going beyond commonsense and untruth spilled around without proof (like yours)?


    • Patrick EH
      Patrick EH 3 months ago

      LOL! Typical rant from a libtard confronted with having to document the psychosis it spews in the place of data.

    • GORE illa
      GORE illa 3 months ago

      Patrick EH Keep licking Rothschild's balls you market-thinktank kid. C'mon, bring your docs too!!! How long before they did?

      First of all, everyone knows that during the 19th century Industrial Revolution there were thousands of new patents of machines (like cars) which used different energy sources like oil, electricity, steam. During almost 200 years the world depends on billions of dollars business' oil...

      There are no "primary docs" to show the atrocious LOBBY this huge amount of money can make work with the Unites States of America government, no other than oil engine cars had any chance, the petrodollars made a CLEAN, SUSTAINABLE AND CHEAP energy source (solar and eolic too, claimed "high costs" don't even comparing to environment damage of oil) practically inexistent in many branches of the global industry.

      But now, bright times ahead, cheers on Elon Musk, mate! ;)

    • Patrick EH
      Patrick EH 3 months ago

      I did read it. It is WRONG. Electric cars got their start LONG before gasoline autos existed. Bring your primary docs proving your point or take a Dirt Nap

    • GORE illa
      GORE illa 3 months ago

      Patrick EH YOU are completely wrong, you stupid dumbfuck, so eager to be right that couldn't even read "HISTORICALLY"... Pathetic.

  • johnny llooddte
    johnny llooddte 3 months ago

    ahahahha elon huckster ahahaha,,,,,next decade..
    elon will be bankrupt in a decade n 6 companies...
    taking 100 billion home to momma while you and i pay 100s of billions in more taxes on his schemes ahaha

    the model s is 400,000 units and 3 years behind ahahah..
    spaceX is ONE disaster away from bankruptcy ahahah

  • Major Mazzaroth
    Major Mazzaroth 3 months ago

    if you take money out of the utilitiy company pockets the city or state revenue will decrease. neither one of these entities is having that, get ready for a battle and red tape .

  • docchocobo
    docchocobo 3 months ago

    how has he gotten around the limited charge cycles inherent in Lithium-ion technology? I think Lithium Polymer batteries are only good for about 300 charges and that's if you treat them well. is he using some new form of this technology that gets around this problem? I know this from flying drones and also working with other lithium-ion powered devices period for your product to have any longevity you have to plan for replacing the batteries if they are lithium ion on a regular basis. so their power density is extremely good compared to other batteries, the cost of Maintenance and battery replacement needs to be considered

    • docchocobo
      docchocobo 3 months ago

      sorry if the writing seems weird, I'm using voice to text because of my vision and it gets the grammar really badly messed up sometimes

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