Tesla Solar Panels, Powerwalls & Chargers to Be Installed in Alset EHome’s Family Homes in TX & MD

Tesla Solar Panels, Powerwalls & Chargers to Be Installed in Alset EHome’s Family Homes in TX & MD

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Tesla solar panels, Powerwalls, and chargers for the company's vehicles will be installed at Alset EHome International's U.S. subsidiary’s single-family homes in Texas.

Alset develops, sells, operates, and leases residential properties primarily in the United States. The company's two projects, Alset at Black Oak and Ballenger Run, located in Texas and Maryland respectively, have 750 homes built in collaboration with various partners. The company has now announced a strategic agreement with Tesla.

As part of the agreement, Alset EHome Inc. (AEI) will install solar panels, electric vehicle charging stations, and Powerwalls in single-family residences (“Ehomes.”) AEI will build 20 new homes in Northpark Community in Porter, Texas, which will be equipped with Tesla products. As a pioneer in sustainable energy, Alset offers homes with Tesla products to ensure a sustainable energy community.

This residential complex, located in Magnolia in north-central Texas, is expected to have 650 homes. Alset Ehomes will be accompanied by a Tesla vehicle to promote the use of electric vehicles for sustainable lifestyles. The company's vision is to create a community based on the principle of a minimum carbon footprint.

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Eva Fox joined Tesmanian in 2019 to cover breaking news as an automotive journalist. The main topics that she covers are clean energy and electric vehicles. As a journalist, Eva is specialized in Tesla and topics related to the work and development of the company.

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