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Elon Musk came to rescue Texas after heavy snow fall in the region

As Texas winds up in a brutal winter and as the state battles with planned power outages, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has communicated his contempt at the circumstance. On Wednesday, the CEO took to Twitter to take note of that Texas’ Electricity Reliability Council (ERCOT) isn’t displaying a lot of dependability at this moment. For some Tesla proprietors living in the Lone Star State, notwithstanding, the previous days have not been as troublesome.

In the course of recent days, Tesla proprietors from Texas have shared a portion of their encounters, particularly the individuals who selected to introduce a Powerwall battery in their homes. Combined with sunlight-based boards, Powerwalls permit the lights to in a real sense stay on during a blackout. Also, in view of what has been shared online up until now, this is actually the thing that has been occurring.

Not only Elon Musk said that they will help the Tesla owners but also said that “SpaceX in south Texas & Tesla in central has been providing direct assistance where feasible (eg save cold turtles & help power the water treatment plant). Please let us know if we may be helpful in other ways.”

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